Thursday, February 7, 2013

Thursday's Forecast

Discussion: Thursday will be the calm before the storm. A significant coastal storm will make its way to the area Friday and into Saturday morning. There is still a bit of uncertainty in terms of impact and timing of the changeover from rain to snow. However, regardless of the exact timing, it is likely that Friday night will be the worst of the storm in terms of heavy snow and gusty winds, near Blizzard conditions are possible.
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Partly cloudy then increasing clouds in the afternoon. High near 32º.Mostly cloudy with snow developing after midnight. Low near 29º.
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Rain, snow, and sleet turning to all snow late in the afternoon. Light snow and sleet accumulations possible. High near 39º.  Snow, heavy at times with gusty winds. Heavy  snow accumulations likely. Low near 26º. A few morning snow showers otherwise partly sunny skies and gusty winds. Blowing snow possible. High near 31º. Breezy with mostly clear skies. Much colder. Low near 14º.

Forecaster: Kevin Montalvo

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