First Alert Forecast Wednesday Morning 1/28

YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM METEOROLOGIST DORRELL WENNINGER:

Across the QCA today we will see mostly cloudy skies beginning to break up through the day with more cover rolling in as we go through our evening and overnight. There will be a chance for scattered drizzle tonight, transitioning into snow overnight. Through the day we will see some clearing, becoming partly cloudy Thursday night.
The next chance for significant snow comes with a system, this weekend.

WEDNESDAY… Mostly cloudy skies with in & out clouds becoming partly cloudy for some, followed by increasing clouds as we go into tonight. Highs 39-45. SE wind 10-20mph and gusty at times.
Chills in the 20s & 30s.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT…Mostly cloudy skies with scattered drizzle becoming freezing drizzle for some and light snow, after Midnight. Lows 31-37. South winds swinging around to the NW 5-15mph.
Chills in the 20s.

THURSDAY… Mostly cloudy skies with lingering flurries early and some sun beginning to shine at times. Highs 35-41. NW wind 15-25mph.
Chills in the 20s

THURSDAY NIGHT… Mostly cloudy skies with some clearing becoming partly cloudy and falling temps. Lows 15-21.
Chills in the teens and some single digits.

~Meteorologist Dorrell Wenninger

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