Afternoon Forecast: Heavy Cloud Cover Remains

Paige Wampler

Updated Thu, Dec 18, 2014 1:07 pm

Temperatures will remain below average today and tonight with wind chill in the upper 20s. A slight chance of snow showers will begin this evening around 5p.m. Snow flurries will fall overnight and into tomorrow morning. No accumulation will occur.

Pressure has started to build and will cause the skies to become partly sunny by tomorrow afternoon, but, by Friday night, another low pressure system will move into the area.

Friday night will be mostly cloudy, and the clouds will remain through Saturday. Saturday night has a slight chance of snow showers before 8 p.m. Again, no accumulation will occur.

Sunday will be partly sunny with highs reaching into the low 40s. This weather will stick around through Monday, but Tuesday holds a chance for rain and snow showers lasting through Christmas Eve.


TODAY: Cloudy. Slight chance of snow this evening. | HIGH: 33° Wind chill in the upper 20s

TONIGHT: Cloudy with chances of snow showers and flurries. | LOW: 23°

FRIDAY: Partly sunny with chance of morning flurries. | HIGH: 37° | LOW: 28°

SATURDAY: Cloudy. Slight chance of snow in the evening. | HIGH: 38° | LOW: 28°

SUNDAY: Partly sunny. | HIGH: 41° | LOW: 28°

MONDAY: Partly cloudy. | HIGH: 42° | LOW: 32°

TUESDAY: Chance of rain and snow. | HIGH: 43° | LOW: 32°

CHRISTMAS EVE: Chance of rain and snow. | HIGH: 38°