Single digits overnight and into Friday morning. Cold and some snow over the weekend.
Breezy, but warmer afternoon. Colder temps arrive Thursday afternoon.
Temps will rise for a few days before dipping back down for the weekend.
The metro should see 3-4 inches, but it's heavy, sloppy, wet snow so it will compact and melt throughout the day.
Wednesday looks to be the warmest day of the month.
Overcast and foggy will be the story for most of the weekend.
Thursday and Friday should be about the same.
Temps stay above average through the week.
A chance at some precipitation Monday. Cooler temps move in on Tuesday.
Highs in the 20s with cloud cover through most of the weekend.
Wednesday will bring dropping temperatures, strong winds and heavy snow as a winter storm moves into the area. Blowing snow and reduced visibility will be a concern. Some areas could see 6-9 inches of snow when all is said and done.
The weekend should see temps above average.
Possible flurries overnight. Thursday should be about the same: sunny, highs around 30
Temps will warm gradually throughout the week
The week will see temps above average, with no major snow fall on the horizon.
FOX 9 Weather Forecast for Saturday, December 12, 2020
Cooler air arrives tonight. Friday should see highs in the 30s.
Temps cool heading into the weekend, with not a flake of snow in the forecast.
Clear overnight. Wednesday could hit the upper 40s.
The trend should continue through the weekend.