Stormwatch

StormWatch

One Sunny Day then Snow is on the Way!


Good Wednesday evening! Things have cleared up nicely and now most of us are seeing some sunshine. Temperatures are significantly cooler than 24 hours ago in the mid to upper 50s.

Tonight will bring partly cloudy skies and temperatures will be falling quickly. By the morning hours, most of us will be in the mid to upper 30s, with a few spots in the low 40s. We remain dry through the evening.

Tomorrow brings mostly sunny skies and cool temperatures in the low to mid 50s. Enjoy the sunshine because it will be short-lived. 

Halloween is shaping up to be...interesting. The first half of the day will feature increasing clouds, but dry conditions. Temperatures will be cool in the upper 40s and low 50s. 

Halloween night has the potential to be a bit messy. Right now, most of the rain should hold off until after trick-or-treating hours, but some models are beginning to bring it in a bit sooner. Temperatures will fall during the overnight hours and we will see the rain transition over to snow. Accumulations are now possible across the area. The highest accumulations will be in the northern and western mountains, but everyone could be looking at their first inch of the season. It is a bit too early to throw out numbers, but stick with us through the day tomorrow and early on Friday as we receive more reliable information to evaluate.

Snow will linger early Saturday as temperatures will begin in the upper 20s. We will only warm to the mid to upper 30s by the afternoon, but any remaining snow showers will transition back to rain.

Sunday will be cool, but dry. Highs will be in the low 40s.

The start of next week looks much better and temperatures look much warmer.

- Forecast by StormWatch Meteorologist Heidi Moore

-If you want a check of the forecast without needing to come to the website; Brad, Heidi and Kevin invite you to check them out on Facebook Here or on Twitter @WOAYStormWatch!!!

Community


Member Submitted