Chilly & Dry Tuesday; Late Week Rain Chances

Cool and breezy conditions are waking us up, but some pops of sunshine will be moving in this afternoon. Conditions will stay pretty seasonable.

Posted: Jan 5, 2021 6:57 AM
Updated: Jan 5, 2021 1:00 PM

The wind is definitely not our friend this morning. Temperatures are in the mid 30s, but with some blustery winds (gusts near 15 or 20 mph) it's feeling more like the 20s. Mostly cloudy skies will persist through the late morning hours, but the afternoon will turn more pleasant. Gradual clearing is to be expected with afternoon highs around 45°.

High pressure will continue to stay in control for tomorrow! There won't be much of a difference in comparison to today. Increasing clouds with highs in the mid 40s. However, changes could be coming for you Thursday.

We are tracking another storm system that will be making its way across the Great Plains and Mississippi Valley over the next 48 hours. Shower and snow chances will be moving from southwest to northeast Thursday, but most of the precipitation dissipates as it gets closer to the Ohio River. While it looks like the majority of it will miss the Tri-State, there's a possibility communities south of Evansville could see scattered rainfall or even a mix of snowflakes at times as high temperatures will only reach the upper 30s and lower 40s.

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Early-morning fog will be possible by daybreak tomorrow. Clouds will increase from the south through midday. Scattered showers and storms will develop by the evening and increase in coverage after sunset. Expect highs to approach the low-80s.
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