Published: Sat, April 14, 2018
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Evening Forecast for April 13

Evening Forecast for April 13

Friday morning will bring a chance of snow showers in the morning with that likelihood decreasing in the afternoon.

Morning commuters will still want that winter jacket as lows dip to the 30s.

Temperatures stay in the 60s for most of the evening with partly cloudy skies.

Sacramento saw just.06-0.12 inches of rain Wednesday, about half of what hit the Bay Area, according to the California Nevada River Forecast Center. Our forecast models are showing after midnight we are going to transition from rain over to a wintry mix and snow across northern Vermont, and NY along the global border.

The next work week will begin with dry conditions, and temperatures will slowly warm back up into the low 40s.

The breezy south wind won't back down throughout the night tonight, as sustained winds will range from 15 to 25 miles per hour. Once the low moves out of here, high pressure moves in behind it and clears us up.

This system has the potential to produce very heavy rain from Sunday evening through early Monday morning. Strong winds persist through the afternoon and overnight hours with more snow on the way in from Denver. The strongest storms may produce hail larger than quarters, and even the non-severe thunderstorms may produce pea- or dime-sized hail. The Houston area will probably not get much more than an inch of rain in most spots as a line of storms moves through in the evening hours on Friday.

Periods of rain, freezing rain and sleet are likely throughout the weekend, and roads could be slippery.

We will start Monday with clouds and showers but sunshine will return for the afternoon.

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