Jan 12, 2016 10:22 AM by Cort Klopping
Mostly cloudy skies, the potential for showers, and strengthening winds are ahead for your Tuesday. Showers have returned to the Northwest corner of the state this morning, but are not expected to spread across the most of the north state until this evening. Valley areas will have sustained winds out of the Southeast up to around 10mph, while some mountain areas will have gusts upwards of 20mph. The best potential for showers will be in the Northern Mountains throughout the day, with a decent chance of showers for the northern end of the valley this afternoon. Temperatures have dipped into the low to mid 40's for the valley this morning, and into the mid 20's to low 40's in the mountains. Snow levels will be relatively high, and will only be down to around 5500 feet today.
Heavy rain and high elevation snow return to the entire region tonight, and will persist through most of your Wednesday. The best potential for heavy valley showers will be later on tonight through Wednesday morning. Showers will persist through most of tomorrow, but are expected to be lighter after tomorrow morning. Another round of wet weather will arrive in the region on Thursday, and will last into Friday. Wet weather will continue to be possible on Saturday, before a break from the wet weather is expected on Sunday. There will likely be more showers on the way for Monday through the middle of next week. I hope everyone is ready for the wet weather to return later today, and has a great Tuesday!
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