Consistently wonderful weather today and tomorrow.
High level clouds will remain overhead throughout most of the day. The good thing for those who love the great outdoors is they are so high in the atmosphere that they won’t create any rain showers. These clouds will start to thin in the late afternoon and eventually end around midnight tonight. The subsequent clear skies will stick around through Sunday and will make for a spectacular day.
Next week we have a chance for a decent sized storm to roll in. The rain will start in the afternoon hours on Tuesday and will hang around through Wednesday evening. We could be seeing over ½ inch of rain out of this system. Snow levels will start pretty high – around 5,000ft but will drop quickly as more cold air gets dragged in with the storm, and will eventually fall to 2500ft. Thursday sees the end to the rain, and a much calmer pattern start to emerge again with high pressure and sunny skies dominating.
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And be sure to tune in tonight for your full forecast at 5:30, 6:30 and 11, on the KRCR Channel 7 News.