Wednesday, December 29, 2010

A Look At Your Quick Cast.

A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for areas in the WLFI viewing area. This Advisory is in effect from 7:pm this evening to 7:pm EST Friday.

A dense fog advisory means that visibility will be frequently reduced to less that one quarter mile. If driving be sure to slow down, Use your headlights, And leave plenty of distance ahead of you!

More information on this Fog Advisory click below.

You can see the rain in the radar image above. This image was taken at 5:14pm EST this evening. Nothing major however some scattered rain showers will be likely tonight into Thursday. Let's take a look at your quick cast below for all the details.

Quick Cast.....

Thursday we will look for scattered rain showers off and on through out the day. Currently not looking for a lot of precipitation. Rainfall between a tenth inch and maybe a quarter inch possible. Highs will be around 44* degrees with lows not really dropping much! Lows around 44* degrees as well. Winds will be between 10 and 15 mph.

Friday (New Years Eve) we will look for scattered rain showers to bring in the New Year. Rain showers through out much of the day into New Years Day. Currently looking for rainfall between a quarter inch to a half inch possible. Highs will be very mild for this time a year around 56* degrees with lows that night around 35* degrees. Winds will be slightly breezy between 10 and 15 mph with gusts to 20 - 25 mph possible.


We will see the lower 30s return by closer to Sunday! That's the latest weather - wise for now blogger. Stay dry and God Bless! I'll check back again soon.

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