Local Forecast

Wind Alert Wednesday 2-13-18

TONIGHT: Mostly clear skies are expected in to the early overnight with winds increasing. This will keep temps mild as lows fall to the 20s and 30s. Cloud cover will begin to increase in the early morning hours with winds continuing to become stronger. 

TOMORROW: A Wind Alert Level One is in effect for wind gusts between 30 and 45 mph. This will mainly be felt by late morning in to the afternoon. Gusty downsloping winds will bring highs to the 60s and 70s across the plains. The higher terrain will still see the 40s and 50s. Fire danger will increase mainly over the far southeastern plains where less snow fell over the weekend. Skies will ranger from mostly sunny to partly sunny.

EXTENDED: Breezy conditions will linger in to Thursday with temps cooling a bit as a system moves over the High Country. Highs are expected in the 40s and 50s with an isolated rain and snow mix possible Thursday evening. Right now accumulations and impacts are looking fairly minimal. Friday will be even cooler but warming temperatures return for the weekend. Mostly sunny skies are expected Saturday and Sunday. Highs on Saturday are in the 40s and 50s. 50s and 60s with breezier conditions are expected Sunday. 


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