Another freezing morning for our area and any water that was spread on roads yesterday refroze. Not as many icy spots but be wary with a few out there. Sunshine for today and we will climb with highs nearing 50, though upper 50s likely to our northern counties. West wind will be steady 10-15mph.
TONIGHT: Clouds will increase with temperatures in the 20s and 30s.
THURSDAY: In the morning hours a dry cold front pushes through the area. This will bring a stronger northerly wind 18-25mph through the first half of the day, then dropping 10-15mph afterwards. Highs climb to near 50 again and becoming sunny.
WEEKEND: Temperatures won't move much through the weekend with each day nearing 50. More cloud cover into Saturday with a possible sprinkle late in the evening hours.
NEXT WEEK: Things are looking a little better for the chance for more precipitation, though not the same outcome as over last weekend. Some light rain and snow may develop by Tuesday and into Wednesday from a quick moving disturbance. Wind speeds will climb and becoming breezy starting Monday.
-Meteorologist Bobby Johnston