Written: 8:30 PM 1/3/2021
Written by: Nick Dunn, ONW Forecaster
It will be a chilly night once again under cloudy skies. The clouds will act as a “blanket” and help keep temperatures from “free-falling.” What little heat we got today will not be able to escape, and thus the clouds keep us a bit warmer. With that said, we will still fall into the upper 20’s and lower 30’s across the region. We do not expect any clearing.
In terms of precipitation, there is a slim chance of some drizzle or freezing drizzle tonight with just a bit of moisture remaining in the atmosphere. This should not cause any real issues as it will not be heavy or widespread enough.
Looking ahead to Monday, expect more of the same with plenty of clouds across the region and cool temperatures. A quick-moving, weak disturbance could bring a light wintry mix during the overnight hours into Tuesday Morning. Again, we expect no major impacts from this system. Monday’s highs will be in the 30’s and 40’s.