Jan 10, 2014 7:10 AM by Stormtracker Meteorologist Tom Ackerman
It's amazing the difference a few days can make! At the beginning of the week we were dealing with a subzero, record cold snap and snow. At the end of the work week- much milder air and rain chances. Friday will end up mostly cloudy with highs edging into the low to mid 50s and an isolated shower or two. A cold front sweeping in Saturday morning means another chance for rain and this round will pack more of a punch. After staying in the 40s overnight a wave of light to moderate rain will hit late Friday night into Saturday morning with some areas picking up 1 to 1 1/2" before it pulls out of here Saturday afternoon. A few rumbles of thunder aren't out of the question as the line passes through.
It'll be gusty and chilly Saturday with highs staying in the 40s and headed for a Saturday night low around freezing. Sunday looks decent- partly sunny skies and highs in the upper 40s pushing 50. Another chance for rain early next week will quickly change to snow chances as much colder air barrels in Tuesday and into the middle of the week.