Eventual Cool Down

Tomorrow Forecast

We start the last Monday of 2021 on a mild note with temperatures almost 10 degrees above average. No precipitation is likely on Monday, but we may start to see some move in late Monday night into Tuesday.

Precipitation, if it does fall on Tuesday, would be light and would likely be a rain/snow mix. A little freezing drizzle is possible, as well, but again, this all looks light. Temperatures on Tuesday will start below freezing, but eventually make it into the lower 40s by the afternoon.

Quiet and colder by Wednesday, with highs only in the middle 20s, but we rebound quickly with sunshine on Thursday and highs in the upper 30s.

Another chance for some light snow comes our way late Friday (New Year’s Eve) and into Saturday (New Year’s Day). The high temperature on Friday will be in the lower 40s but only around 20 on Saturday.

That cold air will stick around from much of the first week of 2022!

Meteorologist Rusty Dawkins
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