Oh. So. Cold!

An upper level clipper system across the Midwest is pushing cold Canadian air down our way. Rarely does this type of system make it all the way down to the South, but the jet stream will deliver the clipper to our region Tuesday keeping highs and lows around 10 degrees below the norm through Wednesday. Although mostly dry, there could be just enough moisture squeezed out of the air above us that a few flurries will be possible in the northern tier of our viewing area overnight into the early tomorrow morning.

High pressure will begin to move off to the east allowing moisture to increase across the region by Thursday, so a chance for isolated showers returns to the forecast by Thursday night. A slow moving storm system will keep rain chances with us Friday into Saturday morning before passing as a cold front. The weekend should be mostly dry once the front passes.

Highs will gradually warm up to the 60s by Friday with lows getting back into the 40s.

Keep smiling,

-Chief Meteorologist Miller Robson

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