Michael Fish's NBC26 Storm Shield weather forecast

WGBAPublished: January 9, 2018
Published: January 9, 2018

Today will be another relatively mild day, but with more cloudiness, we may be a few degrees cooler than yesterday. With those clouds, there's a chance some of you could see a few snowflakes falling, but otherwise it'll be a little breezy with highs in the mid-30s. Tonight, we could see a little light, wintry mix of some freezing drizzle or flurries mainly later, but most of the night should stay quiet. Lows will be mild in the upper-20s, and actually rising a bit through the night.  Wednesday, it'll look grey, but with those clouds comes some mild air ahead of an approaching low pressure system. We could see some patchy fog or drizzle through the day, but highs will pop all the way up into the low-40s. Wednedsay night, with that mild, moist air going over the cold snowpack, we'll probably see fog developing around the area. There will also be a chance of a little rain with very mild overnight lows in the upper-30s. Thursday will be the most active day of the week with areas of rain, gradually changing over to some snow from the NW to SE. With very mild temperatures in the 40s to start the day, but falling through the 30s as we head through the afternoon. Right now, any snow accumulation should be minor, but the farther you live to the N, you could see just a little more, but still minor.

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