Weather Now Forecast

By Weather Team

March 3, 2012 Updated Mar 5, 2015 at 4:55 AM CST

A LITTLE WARMER THURSDAY





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DETAILED FORECAST




Thursday March, 5



TODAY/TONIGHT: Temperatures will still be will below average today however, they will be warmer than yesterday! Highs will be in the lower teens for most of the region, some areas east of the Ports may still only see single digits highs. The winds will be shift out of the WSW 5-15mph. We will also be seeing plenty of sunshine for the region. Tonight the clouds will build back in and the winds will remain out of the SW 10-15. Lows will remain above zero tonight.



FRIDAY: Expect to see partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies. A clipper will pass to the north, so there could be some flurries across the International Border. Highs will be in the upper 20's and lower 30's with winds out of the NW 5-15mph.



SATURDAY: A few waves in the jetstream will pass over the weekend. So expect to see a 20% chance of scattered flurries. Highs will make it to 30° for the Ports.



SUNDAY: Another slight chance of flurries possible. Highs will be around 32°, which we haven't seen since January. It will feel a little more like spring into next week with highs climbing into the 40's.




Have a great day!


Adam Lorch


Morning Meteorologist





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