KRBC PM Forecast: Tuesday, February 11, 2014

By Randy Turner

Published 02/11 2014 07:25PM

Updated 02/11 2014 07:32PM

Just one more night and early morning of icy issues, then how about a week to ten days of above normal temperatures.  As much as I enjoy the cold, I've had enough, I'm ready for warmer weather.  This latest Arctic airmass moves east Wednesday, replaced by warmer air from the southwest.  It appears a couple of cold fronts will pass through, one Friday, one next Monday, but neither front strong so temperatures won't be greatly affected.  It also appears we are in store for some dry weather from now through next Tuesday.  Here is your forecast:

Tuesday Night:  Gradual clearing, areas of fog which could freeze on surfaces, low 19, light wind.

Wednesday:  Mostly sunny and 54, west then north wind 5 to 10.

Wednesday Night:  Clear and 32.

Thursday:  Mostly sunny and 72.  Southwest wind 10 to 20.

Thursday Night:  Mostly clear and 40.

Friday:  Mostly sunny and 66, minor cold front.

Saturday:  Mostly sunny, upper 70's.

Sunday:  Mostly sunny, low 80's.

Monday and Tuesday:  Partly cloudy, low to middle 70's.

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