Wind advisory with snow squalls

Weather

WEDNESDAY OUTLOOK

A WIND ADVISORY UNTIL 4 P.M. TODAY FOR WIND GUSTS UP TO 35 MPH. 

Be alert for standing water on roads from over an inch of rain in the last 24 hours. Untreated roads will be slick Wednesday morning as temperatures falling below freezing. 

Temperatures will be in the mid- to upper-20s with wind chills in the upper single-digits. 

Scattered snow squalls will reduce visibility due to winds. Temperatures stay in the upper-20s. 

Light accumulation of an inch or less is expected, and winds begin to die down into the afternoon.

COLD TONIGHT AS WINDS WEAKEN

The low Wednesday night will be in the lower-20s. It’s still breezy but not as windy. 

There is a chance for light snow showers in the early evening, while it will be mostly cloudy late.

WARMING THURSDAY AND BREEZY

It will be breezy but warmer Thursday, with a high in the low- to mid-40s. It will be partly sunny with increasing afternoon clouds.

RAIN RETURNS THURSDAY EVENING

Scattered rain is expected Thursday night. Winds pick up, with gusts around 25 mph. The low will be in the mid-30s.  

RAIN TO SNOW FRIDAY

Rain showers are expected Friday with falling temperatures. It will be early high in the lower-40s.  

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