Published: Sun, January 21, 2018
Research | By Jennifer Evans

Warm, grey, foggy and damp weekend

Warm, grey, foggy and damp weekend

Once the warm air reaches the surface we will see some sunshine and dramatically warmer except near the chilly Gulf waters.

After the early morning chill, Saturday will turn out mostly sunny and mild as temperatures climb into the upper 50s and lower 60s.

The fog and spotty rain showers continue on Sunday as well.

The weekend looks mainly dry. Sunday will feel more like late March as temperatures approach 60 degrees with gusty southerly winds up to 25 miles per hour. Some rumbles of thunder are also possible. The warmth sticks around out ahead of our next system that will bring rain chances back to the air area Monday evening and Tuesday morning.

RAIN MOVES IN: Temperatures are mild again for Monday, but they come with rain chances.

Although we'll cool down, high temperatures are forecast to rise above freezing for each of the next seven days.

Temperatures will be in the mid- to upper-20s on Wednesday and Thursday. Precipitation is still expected to linger on into the evening, meaning another transition over to snow.

It added: "Nonetheless, there may be some potential for ice jam flooding by late Monday and Monday night".

The warm up that started yesterday will continue through the weekend. Another unseasonably warm day Sunday, with highs in the mid 50s under clear to partly cloudy skies.

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