KRBC PM Forecast: Wednesday, February 19, 2014

By Randy Turner

Published 02/19 2014 08:12PM

Updated 02/19 2014 08:19PM

A strong cold front will blow through the KRBC viewing area Thursday morning and should be through most of the area by noon.  The front will bring with it wind of 25 to 35 miles per hour.  It will also drop temperatures from the 86 we had Wednesday closer to 60 for Thursday afternoon.  Wildfire danger will be high Thursday as conditions are excessively dry and one spark could be fanned by the strong wind.  No outdoor burning, keep cigarette butts inside the car, don't flick them outside.  By Thursday night the wind subsides some, but not totally and lows drop to the middle 30's.  On Friday, high of 72 and stronger south wind.  As you plan for the weekend, highs on Saturday near 73, highs Sunday mid 60's, no rain expected Thursday through Monday.  Our next chance for rain looks to be next Tuesday and Wednesday.  As of now, it appears more cold air wants to make its way into our area by the middle of next week.

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