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Mostly Cloudy And Chilly For Tuesday

Reported by: Jason Myers
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Updated: 12/16/2013 11:37 pm
Midnight Update:  Skies have remained mostly clear this evening, which has provided some nice viewing of the Full "Cold" Moon of December, which is officially full at 4:28 am Tuesday morning.  The Geminid Meteor Shower is past its peak, yet still on-going for the next two days.  More clouds will develop overnight with low temperatures around 31 degrees.  Tuesday will feature a chance for a few sprinkles or isolated rain showers, with mostly cloudy skies and a high of 41 degrees.  More sunshine returns for Wednesday, with morning low temperatures around 25 degrees, and an afternoon high of 42 degrees.  Thursday will begin a nice warming trend, with partly sunny skies and high temperatures around 54 degrees.  Temperatures get even warmer for Friday with a high of 60 degrees.  Rain chances develop Friday through the weekend, with a good soaking rain possible this weekend.  Weekend high temperatures remain in the 50s, despite the cloudy skies and rain chances.
We will remain chilly for Tuesday and Wednesday, with milder temperatures for the end of the week. Another round of rain returns for the upcoming weekend as well.

TONIGHT: We will have some clearing skies early, with mostly cloudy skies developing overnight. Overnight low temperatures will be around 31 degrees. A weak cold front will drop into Kentucky overnight, giving us the chance for isolated rain showers into early Tuesday. Overnight is the “Full Cold Moon”, officially at 4:28am Tuesday; yet it may be hard to see with the extra cloud cover.

TUESDAY: We will have cloudy skies to start off your day, with a few isolated rain showers possible. Temperatures will remain chilly, with a high of 41 degrees. Westerly winds will be breezy from 10 to 15 mph, with wind gusts up to 25 mph, which will make it feel colder. We should some clearing skies by late in the day.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Skies will become mostly clear, with overnight low temperatures around 25 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: High pressure will build into the region on Wednesday, giving us mostly sunny skies through the day and lighter winds. Temperatures will remain chilly, with a high of 42 degrees.

THURSDAY: Our winds will turn out of the south to southwest, bringing in milder air on Thursday, with partly sunny skies and a high of 54 degrees.

FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy skies will return for Friday, with the chance for scattered, late day rain showers. Despite the extra clouds and increasing rain chances, Friday afternoon high temperatures will be around 60 degrees.

WEEKEND: A stalled cold front combined with a series of low pressure systems moving through this weekend, will provide chances for a good soaking rain Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures look to remain milder, with a high of 55 degrees on Saturday and 50 degrees for Sunday. With the potential for heavy rainfall this weekend, there is also concern we could have some flooding issues as well.

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