As of this posting, ice pellets have started to fall in the Tri-Cities area and that will change to a rain and snow mix. As we approach our high today in the mid-30s, it will eventually turn into just rain.
Things don't look too much better for Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the low-to-mid-30s and additional snow showers possible. Look for things to be turning to rain on Thursday with a high of 34.
But by the time we get to Friday things will start looking up a bit. We'll hit a high in the low 40s with some rain showers. Saturday looks to be a little cooler with highs in the upper 30s, but it will be a mostly sunny day!
The extended forecast for next week has us rolling in the low-to-mid 30s with upper 30s by Wednesday. The good news is it looks like these wet weather systems will give us a break and we will have either mostly cloudy or partly cloudy days but no rain or sno next week!
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