Freezing Drizzle and Flakes Hang Around into the Afternoon

Mild Weekend Weather Ahead
Published: Jan. 19, 2023 at 5:13 AM CST|Updated: Jan. 19, 2023 at 12:23 PM CST
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Today & Tonight:

Freezing fog, drizzle and light snowflakes continue to bring down visibility and cause slicks spots on the roads into the afternoon. This will eventually diminish as the system that’s just brushing by the valley pulls away into this evening. Temperatures will be in the teens and twenties for most this afternoon with a cool north wind making things feel colder. Expect mostly cloudy skies through the day and night. Temperatures will be decreasing slowly as we move into the evening and late night hours.

Extended Outlook:

FRIDAY - SUNDAY: Friday with feature a slight chance for drizzle and flakes in the morning with slightly cooler temperatures. A drier afternoon will be in store with a few breaks in the clouds. Temperatures returning to near 20 for afternoon highs. Saturday will bring us a bit warmer temperatures as we will see a little bit of a south wind. They will be in the single digits and teens on both Saturday and Sunday morning, and in the 10s and 20s in the afternoon.

MONDAY: As a new week begins, it will bring us another shot of snow. It will be a clipper-type snow storm which means light and fluffy snow. We are still a little way off from it, so track and timing are a bit up in the air. We will keep you updated as this system approaches. Temperatures will be pretty similar to what they were over the weekend.

TUESDAY: Temperatures will be colder on Tuesday. Our morning lows will be near zero for many while highs will be in the teens for most. Alberta clipper-type snow storms tend to be fast movers, but we could see some snow lingering on Tuesday morning.

WEDNESDAY: As Wednesday comes, it will bring with it another chance of snow. This chance will be scattered and light at most. It will also be a bit on the breezy side of things. The wind will bring much colder temps in with it, so Wednesday will be our last day with above average temps for a bit. Expect those temperatures to be in the teens for much of the day.