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Very cold air moved into the region today. Highs will only be peaking in the 30s and low 40s for many areas today and Tuesday. Tuesday morning is expected to be the coldest, with temperatures dipping into the teens in sheltered areas. A warming trend will begin Thursday and last into the weekend. By Saturday, highs will be in the low 60s. No precipitation is expected.
Additional notes for the weather nuts out there:
Models are hinting at a precipitation event starting next Tuesday (Christmas eve).
So, here is the forecast for Christmas
Right now, models are suggesting that snow levels with this event will be above 6,000 ft, so we can only dream, but that could change as we get closer to the event. Better clarity next Monday!
Mark Sinclair, Ph.D.
Program Chair and Professor, Applied Meteorology
Department of Applied Aviation Sciences, College of Aviation
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