Week Ahead in Weather: Prepare for a Wet, Wintry Mix
Check out the week's forecast, according to the National Weather Service.
Keep an umbrella handy this week. According to the National Weather Service, we’ll likely have precipitation through Wednesday, with rain potentially turning to snow at times.
Say goodbye to the mild temperatures, too. According to NWS, temperatures will peak today, then drop as the week goes on.
Adding to the decline in conditions, NWS has issued a dense fog advisory until 9 a.m. Monday. After that, there’s an 80 percent chance of rain, mainly before 2 p.m.
Temperatures will hit the mid-50s today, but, according to the forecast discussion, the high temperature may come early in the day "with temperatures steady or even falling during the afternoon," dropping to the mid-30s at night. Rain should continue through the night.
There is a 30 percent chance of rain and snow Tuesday morning. Temperatures will reach the upper-30's during the day, dropping to the mid-30s at night.
On Wednesday, there is a slight chance of rain according to NWS, and temperatures in the mid-40s. The rain should end by Wednesday night, when skies turn partly cloudy and temperatures drop to about 30 degrees.
The sun should return on Thursday, but temperatures will only reach the low-40s during the day, and fall to the high-20s at night.
Temperatures should reach the mid-30s Friday, with sunny skies. Friday night, temperatures again drop to the high-20s.