Snow Flurries possible early Friday morning with highs near 60 by Sunday

Thursday, March 2, 2017 –

After a 24 hour rainfall record of 1.72″ a the Tri-Cities Airport yesterday, we saw plenty of sunshine today!

Our next weather maker will be a fast moving cold front that will bring another shot of cold air to the area tomorrow along with a chance of light snow and flurries before 9 AM.

Take a look at this satellite imagery from NOAA.  You see the moisture to our north.  That is associated with the cold front that will push through our area early tomorrow morning with that chance of snow flurries.

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Take a look at the forecast maps and you will see that chance of light snow coming into through Friday morning.  The good news, it will not last long at all.  Sunny skies and breezy conditions prevail during the afternoon!

Friday Morning 2 AM – You see the light snow headed our way in blue.

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Friday 5 AM  – Light snow will move into the area from the northwest.

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Friday 9 AM – Clouds move out of the area with breezy conditions.

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Sunny skies will prevail Friday afternoon with chilly temperatures.

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We will warm through the weekend into early next week.

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Saturday – Noon – Sunny with high temperatures near 52 degrees.

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12 Noon Sunday- Partly cloudy skies and mild temperature with a high near 60.

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Here is a look at the Storm Team 11 7-Day Forecast.

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Have a great night!

Mark Reynolds

Chief Meteorologist

News Channel 11

Office:  423-434-4540

Email:  mreynolds@wjhl.com

http://twitter.com/markreynoldswx

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