Cavalier Weather Service Forecast Valid 1/28/13
Issued at 1:35 PM
Front After Front
A warm front will stall over our area through Wednesday, bringing much warmer temperatures in the 60s and a chance for rain. It will only be a short break from the cold as a cold front moves in Wednesday night, bringing temperatures back into the low 40s. High pressure will rebuild by the end of the week.
Tonight- Overcast skies, with southwesterly winds at 7-12 mph. Temperatures falling to the upper 30s.
Tomorrow- Cloudy skies becoming partly cloudy in the late morning, with southerly winds at 4-8 mph. Temperatures rising to the lower 60s, with an unusually warm high of 62.
Tomorrow Night- Overcast skies, with southerly winds around 5-10 mph. Temperatures cooling to the upper 40s, with a low of 48.
Wednesday- Cloudy skies, with winds shifting from the south to the southwest at 12-19 mph. Springlike weather, as temperatures warm to the mid 60s, with a high of 65. 75% chance of rain, with new precipitation amounts between a half an inch and one inch. There's even a chance for some afternoon thunderstorms!
Wednesday night- Overcast skies, with temperatures dropping to the upper 30s to lower 40s. Low of 39 and a 60% chance of precipitation, with new precipitation amounts less than a tenth of an inch.
Thursday- Mostly sunny, with temperatures increasing to the upper 40s. High of 48.
Forecasted by Kennett and Dougherty