Cavalier Weather Service Forecast Valid 1/24/13
Issued at 10:10 AM
High pressure will build in through the evening until a fast moving low pressure system sweeps across the area tomorrow. A chance for some light snow will accompany this low pressure system, and high pressure will return for the remainder of the weekend!
Tonight- Clear skies becoming increasingly cloudy, with northerly winds around 4mph shifting to calm southerly winds. Temperatures falling to the mid teens, with a low of 15.
Tomorrow- Overcast skies, with southerly winds at 4-9 mph. Temperatures rising to the upper 20s to lower 30s, with a high of 30. More snow likely, with a 75% chance of new snow accumulations from 1-2 inches expected.
Tomorrow Night- Overcast skies gradually clearing overnight, with southerly winds around 4-8 mph. Temperatures dropping to the lower 20s, with a low of 21. Small likelihood of snow continuing into the night, with a 35% chance.
Saturday- Mostly sunny skies, with northwesterly winds at 6-12 mph. Temperatures increasing to the upper 30s, with a high of 38. However, with the wind chill, temperatures will feel like they are about 10-15 degrees colder.
Saturday night- Clear skies, with temperatures decreasing to the upper teens. Low of 18.
Sunday- Sunny skies, with temperatures warming to the upper 30s to lower 40s. High of 40.
Forecasted by Kennett and Dougherty