National Hurricane Tracking
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Today: Mostly Cloudy and Warmer. Chance of Spotty Showers in the Afternoon and Evening.
High: 61 Winds: S 10-20 mph
Tonight: Not Cooling Down Much with Increasing Rain Chances Past Midnight.
Low: 57 (Morning) Winds: S 5-15 mph
Thursday: Mostly Cloudy Skies with Scattered Rain Showers. Heavier Rain Late Day. Temps Falling Throughout the Day.
High: 59 Winds: Shifting NW 5-10 mph
Today will be the warmest day of the week and perhaps for the rest of December. A warm front moving across the area will keep us warmer in the upper 50s and lower 60s. Early to mid afternoon we could see some spotty rain showers into the evening.
More rain is expected overnight tonight into Thursday morning. Tonight will be very warm in the upper 50s and we will hit our high temp Thursday just after midnight. An approaching cold front will filter in some cool arctic air which will make the forecast dicey into Friday.
Late Thursday afternoon into the evening we are expecting some very heavy rain. CONCERN: This heavy rain could wash away some of the salt that ODOT will likely put down in preparation for an approaching winter system.
Thursday night into Friday it looks like rain will change over to mix precipitation (sleet, freezing rain & rain/snow mix) and even some accumulating snow. By the afternoon and evening we should be seeing all snow. Totals STRICTLY depend if we see more ice or snow. Right now models are depicting a significant snowfall up to 4"+ (This could be a lot more).
*NOTE* There is a lot going on with this forecast so a lot can change. Stay with your First Warning Weather Team for updates as this system gets closer.
Once the front passes we can expect highs in the 20s and lows in the teens for this weekend with wind chills in the single digits.
Sunday into Monday we will have highs close to freezing and another system could bring us more sleet and snow. By Tuesday we will have our coldest day of the season with highs in the lower to mid 20s.