KRBC PM Forecast: Monday, February 10, 2014

By Randy Turner

Published 02/10 2014 07:40PM

Updated 02/10 2014 07:47PM

Another round of light freezing rain, light sleet and light snow is forecast for late Monday night through about noon on Tuesday.  Given temperatures in the low to middle 20's, anything that falls will stick to all surfaces, including roads, causing hazardous driving conditions.  Temperatures will struggle to get above freezing on Tuesday.  I'm forecasting 35, but it would be late afternoon before that occurs.  Most of the day Tuesday will be below freezing.  Once we're through with this system, the cold makes a move to the east and Wednesday is much warmer.  Thursday through early next week will feel almost like Spring.  Here is your forecast: 
Monday Night:  Wintry mix of light sleet, freezing rain and snow.  Light accumulations but roads are expected to be icy and dangerous by Tuesday morning's commute.  Low near 22.  North wind 10 to 15.  Wind chills in the teens. 

Tuesday:  Morning wintry mix, then mostly cloudy the majority of the day, possible clearing west to east late in the day.  Highs near 35.  North wind 5 to 10.

Tuesday Night:  Mostly clear and 23.

Wednesday:  Sunny and 55.

Thursday and Friday:  Sunny with highs around 70.

Saturday and Sunday:  Sunny with highs 75-80.

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