We’re tracking rain showers, winds and temperatures overnight. The timing of all three will determine whether we see any icing early Monday.
Showers wind down overnight and temperatures will slowly fall back….
After midnight, we begin to dry out and the winds pick up. Those winds will act like giant blow dryer and dry the roads out, preventing widespread icing overnight. However, there may be enough moisture left on the roads for ice to form….that’s something we’ll monitor closely through the night and early Monday morning.
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By 7am, temps will be well into the low 20s.
Don’t expect much of a warm up through the day! While we will have sunshine, it will be ineffective sunshine. Highs only in the mid to upper 20s early afternoon, at best.
We’ll stay dry Monday afternoon and evening, then it gets pretty cold Monday night.
Temps will be around 10 Tuesday morning and wind chills will be below zero!
-Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo
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