Cavalier Weather Service Forecast Valid 2/25/13
Issued at 11:15 AM
Sun Today, Gone Tomorrow
High pressure will continue to build through the day today, bringing temperatures into the low 50s. Low pressure returns to our area tomorrow, and along with it will come a chance for some wintry precipitation. An upper level trough will create a few disturbances throughout the rest of the week.
Tonight- Partly cloudy skies becoming overcast in the early morning, with light and variable winds. Temperatures dropping into the lower 30s, with a low of 30.
Tomorrow- Cloudy skies with northeasterly winds shifting to the east at 7-12 mph. Temperatures increasing to the mid 40s, with a high of 44. 100% chance of precipitation, with freezing rain and sleet expected in the morning, turning to all rain in the afternoon. Little or no ice accumulation expected, but new rainfall amounts between 0.25-0.5 inches are possible.
Tomorrow Night- Overcast skies, with easterly winds becoming southwesterly at 4-9 mph. Temperatures declining into the mid 30s, with a low of 36. 80% chance of rain, with new precipitation amounts between 0.1-0.25 inches possible.
Wednesday- Mostly clear skies becoming cloudy in the early evening, with southwesterly winds around 7-15 mph. Temperatures warming to the upper 50s, with a high of 58.
Wednesday night- Overcast skies, with temperatures dropping into the mid 30s. Low of 35.
Thursday- Partly cloudy skies, with temperatures rising to the lower 50s. 40% chance of rain.
Forecasted by Kennett and Dougherty