WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 13, 2017 5:53 A.M.
Skies are mostly clear early on this Wednesday morning and temperatures have fallen to the upper teens in the Clifton area down to around 10 further inland, winds that are gusting to 30 mph or more out of the west is bringing wind chill values down to around zero.
Today will be a bitterly cold and windy day, temperatures will be hard pressed to reach the 30 degree mark and with winds gusting to 35 mph will make it feel very uncomfortable.
A weak Alberta clipper will likely give us some light snow tomorrow morning mainly falling between 5 and 10 a.m., accumulations will be less than an inch but it may affect tomorrow morning’s commute.
Dry and cold weather is expected Thursday afternoon through Saturday.
Another weak disturbance may give us some precipitation Sunday night but at that time temperatures will moderate and that may cause the precipitation to be a mix of rain and snow.
Warmer than normal temperatures are expected Monday through the middle of next week./
TODAY – DEC 13 – Partly sunny, windy and very cold, high near 30, wind gusts to 35 mph possible.
TONIGHT – Becoming cloudy with light snow likely after 5 a.m., low in the low 20s.
THURSDAY – DEC 14 – Light snow likely before 10 a.m, then becoming sunny, high in the low 30s.
FRIDAY – DEC 15 – Mostly cloudy, high in the low 30s.
SATURDAY – DEC 16 – Mostly sunny, high in the mid 30s.
SUNDAY – DEC 17 – Partly sunny, high near 40. Chance of rain or snow at night.
MONDAY – DEC 18 – Partly sunny, high in the upper 40s.
TUESDAY – DEC 19 – Partly sunny, high in the mid 40s.
MARINE FORECAST: A gale warning is in effect until midnight tonight for westerly winds gusting to 40 knots, seas 4-7 feet.
OUTLOOK – Small craft advisories likely during the day on Thursday; no advisories expected Thursday night through day on Friday; possible small craft conditions Friday night into Saturday; no advisories expected on Sunday.
Have a good day and stay warm!