Weather Forecast For Sunday April 8
- Author: Sonia Alvarado Apr 09, 2018,
Apr 09, 2018, 0:15
Genesis Health Club had planned to host a spin event outside Saturday, but with a forecast calling for a chance for freezing temperatures and a chance for light snow, it chose to reschedule.
After a cold Saturday morning across the QCA, which featured near record low temperatures, we now turn our attention towards the potential of accumulating snowfall for our Sunday evening into Monday morning. Little to no accumulation is expected out of this, with any snow that does stick expected to stay under an inch.
According to NWS Meteorologist Mike Zwier of Charleston, Fayette, Nicholas, Raleigh and Wyoming Counties will see frigid temperatures come Sunday morning.
Elevated to critical fire danger returns Sunday as another cold front moves through.
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Monday: Mostly sunny, and cold. Tomorrow's high is 55 degrees. The latter half of the workweek will be breezy and warmer with daytime highs in the lower 80's. However, after noon is when those light, scattered snow showers return. This is the system that at one time looked like it could track much further north and bring a widespread significant snowstorm to the area.
The post Weather Update: Friday Afternoon's Forecast - April 6, 2018 appeared first on WDEF. Lows will be in the 30s and low 40s. Western Montana will see rain showers, however we are not expecting the amounts of precipitation as locations in Idaho. More clouds will build in as the day progresses. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will feature sunny skies and temperatures to the 70s and 80s.
Spring was finally in the air earlier in the week throughout the region. The wind chill only let us feel like we were in the lower 30's at the warmest part of the day.