**WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY WEDNESDAY MORNING**
Tonight:: Increasing Clouds Chance of Freezing Drizzle Late. Low 28.
Wednesday: A.M. Freezing Rain or Drizzle Possible. Chance of Afternoon Rain. High 49.
Thursday: Cloudy. Rain Likely. High 53.
Friday: Mostly Sunny. High 42.
Saturday: Mostly Sunny & Cold. High 38.
Sunday: Partly Sunny. High 41.
The Arctic high pressure will move off shore Wednesday. Temperatures will quickly moderate as surface winds turn more southerly. Low pressure will track out of the Southern Plains and bring a chance of a few showers late Wednesday and possibly another soaking rain Wednesday night and Thursday. Proceeding the approaching low pressure and cold front will be a warm front that will move northeast across the area on Wednesday morning. With surface temperatures in the upper 20’s, we could see some very light freezing rain or freezing drizzle during the morning commute. While the frozen precipitation will be very light, at these cold temperatures, a small amount of freezing drizzle would cause slick spots on bridges and roads. We will track this closely on Wednesday’s Good Morning Show. Friday through Sunday will be very cold and dry as another batch of very cold air move into our region.
The high today will be 40, with a low of 28 tonight. Wednesday’s high will be 51, and 54 on Thursday. The Thursday morning low will be 47. Friday’s high will be 44, but it will turn colder with highs in the upper 30’s Saturday and Sunday.
The normal high is 49, and the normal low is 30.