Good afternoon! I hope you are staying warm outside today. Looking below, we have cooled off nearly 30 degrees across the area since this time yesterday. Temperatures will remain cold today with high's in the mid to upper 30's and winds out of the west between 5 and 15 mph. A few remnant show showers/flurries also remain possible, eventually moving out overnight.
Looking ahead, remnant snow showers are possible today before we dry out a bit overnight. Another round of light scattered showers and snow showers is possible tomorrow before sunny skies and warmer temperatures return on Sunday.
Model guidance shows the light snow showers that will likely continue throughout the day. As we get into tomorrow, another set of scattered showers and snow showers is possible before we clear out overnight. Sunday will be clear with partly sunny skies and high's in the mid 50's. Unfortunately, rain returns Monday and early next week.
Looking at the latest data Monday through Friday of next week, an additional 2-4 inches is possible. On a positive note, we will have a chance to dry out some this weekend before those showers return. Nonetheless, be weary of flooding once again next week as 2-4 inches of rainfall on an already saturated surface can lead to rising waters quickly.
If you have any reports or pictures you'd like to send in, you may do so via Twitter/Facebook (@SecretCityWx). Stay warm today and tomorrow, and enjoy those sunnier skies, before rain moves back in Monday.
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