Tonight: We should be mostly dry by midnight, but it will be super warm and humid. Overnight temperatures in the 70s.
New Year’s Day: A strong cold front will move into the region and storms are likely during the second half of the day and overnight. Rain may even linger into Sunday morning. We will need to watch for strong to severe storms. Damaging wind and a tornado or two will be the main concerns, but overall, the severe weather threat is low for our area. Temperatures will be in the 80s during the day.
Sunday: Cold front will clear our area by the morning. Some lingering rain will be possible during the morning hours. We will likely hit our high early in the morning and we will be in the 40s by the afternoon, but the wind will make it feel much colder. We are expecting our first freeze of the season Sunday night/Monday morning as temperatures tank into the 20s and 30s. Be sure to protect people, pets, and plants!
Monday: Area-wide freeze in the morning. Temperatures will be in the 20s and 30s, but it will feel much colder. We’ll have plenty of sun with highs only in the lower 50s. Another light freeze or frost will be possible overnight.
Tuesday – Friday: Warming trend before another front moves in on Thursday. We turn colder by Thursday night and Friday.