HOUR BY HOUR FORECAST
Skies gradually turning partly cloudy by dawn with some patchy fog. Temperatures cool to the upper 20s to low 30s. Some residual moisture on pavement, combined with near freezing temperatures overnight may produce some areas of black ice.
HOUR BY HOUR FORECAST OVERNIGHT THRU 6AM FRIDAY
FRIDAY MORNING: Watch for some icy spots near dawn. Patchy fog early otherwise skies becoming partly sunny
FRIDAY AFTERNOON: A little hazy sun thru increasing clouds, still very mild for this time of year
Later in the evening (after 10PM), scattered light rain showers will develop well ahead of a cold front. As the front approaches after midnight, the rain will turn steadier and heavier and winds will increase. Temperatures will stay in the 40s, so no wintry weather is expected. Downpours early Saturday will quickly taper off with skies turning partly cloudy in the afternoon.
Significant wind damage is not expected; however, a few southeast gusts over 40mph are possible late Friday night (after 12am) and early Saturday morning. Isolated damage is possible.
Rainfall totals between 1/2″ and 1.5″ likely from midnight Friday Thru 12pm Saturday
THIS WEEKEND: Rainy Start Saturday, Dry and Cooler Sunday and MLK Day
After Saturday morning’s rainy start, the rest of the weekend looks cool and drier. Temperatures in the mid to upper 40s early Saturday will cool to the upper 30s to low 40s on Sunday and on MLK Day. Winds will still be strong on Sunday with gusts 30-40mph.