Tuesday morning First Alert forecast

Elias Hubbard
January 10, 2018

Temperatures will then increase in the afternoon, and isolated showers and drizzle will continue through the night. The high's progression off the East Coast will allow the winds to shift from the south and southwest for the rest of the week.

On top of the warm temperatures and wet conditions, fog is leading to reduced visibility yet again today. These showers will have occasionally heavy rain and will come in multiple waves throughout Friday.

Rain is possible Wednesday night and Thursday, before rain changes to snow late Thursday afternoon as daytime temperatures fall to below freezing. Patchy fog will be possible most of the day tomorrow. Thursday will bring readings back up into the mid 50s, while the mid to upper 60s return with the severe weather threat on Friday.

Scattered showers roll on through Thursday, generally on the lighter side. Despite the return of the cold, the forecast also looks dry with partly to mostly sunny skies expected early next week.

Those rains are expected to arrive along with an eastward moving cold front.

THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy, chance sprinkle. Temperatures are starting out in the mid to high 40's in the valley this morning, and in the 30's to low 40's in the mountains. With plenty of snow melting and periods of rain, some minor flooding is a reasonable thing to look out for, along with some ponding on area roads.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with a 20% chance for snow and a high near 20 degrees.

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