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StormTeam 8 Detailed Forecast

Published On: Feb 05 2014 02:41:24 PM CST
Updated On: Dec 18 2014 04:41:25 PM CST
Michelle Poedel

WKBT, News8000.com

Michelle Poedel

StormTeam 8 Forecast:  High 26° / Low 19°... Mostly cloudy and chilly tonight. More clouds than sun to end the workweek. 

Updated Thursday, December 18, 2014 at 3:45 PM...

Those peeks of sunshine that many of us experienced late yesterday sure were short-lived. The clouds took over again today, and temperatures continued to be seasonably chilly. Highs reached the mid to upper 20s. 

Mostly cloudy skies will prevail tonight, and temperatures will be on the chilly side. Lows will drop into the upper teens. 

There is a slight chance we could see a few peeks of sunshine on Friday, but most will see more of the same: mostly cloudy skies. Highs tomorrow will be a couple degrees warmer with temperatures near 30. 

Looking Ahead... Winds will remain light, but will shift out of the south Friday night and Saturday. Temperatures will increase a few degrees, but the clouds look to stay put. Highs Saturday will top out in the low 30s. 

Moisture will slowly stream into the region Saturday ahead of an approaching storm system. We'll see a slight chance of a little drizzle/freezing drizzle Saturday night. 

There will be a slightly better chance of precipitation on Sunday. Temperatures will warm into the mid 30s, so right now it looks like any precip that does fall will be in the form of a rain/snow mix. 

A wintry mix will be likely during the day Monday as the storm system deepens and moves over our area. Highs will be in the mid to upper 30s. 

Colder air will move in behind the storm system late Monday night and Tuesday, with the chance of some of the wintry mix changing to light snow. 

The chance of light snow will continue Tuesday and then a slight chance of flurries on Wednesday. Temperatures will be in the low 30s. 

Christmas Day is looking dry, but chilly with highs in the mid 20s. 

Have a great night! -Michelle Poedel

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