A Weekly Outlook for Community Relief Efforts

On Saturday, December 11th, our community saw a loss of both life and property. Our team sends our thoughts and prayers to everyone that was affected by this event. We strongly encourage our readers to offer a helping hand to those in need of help.

As an entity that serves the public by producing forecasts, we hope that our posts this week will be of service to those apart of relief efforts contributing to the reconstruction of impacted areas of our community. Stay strong, WABBLES!

The Start to Our Week

(Outlook for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday)

For the start of the week, the overabundance of high pressure in our region of the country will keep our forecast rather uneventful. For the most part, skies will be sunny and winds will be light. Our only chance of showers within this time frame will be overnight Tuesday from a weak disturbance.

Projected precipitation for Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning (Pivotal Weather)

As we approach mid-week, temperatures will be on the rise. Our high’s will reach the upper 50’s today, the lower 60’s tomorrow, and the mid 60’s by Wednesday. Our low’s will drop to the upper 30’s today, the upper 40’s tomorrow, and the upper 50’s on Wednesday.

The End to Our Week

(Outlook for Thursday, Friday, and the Weekend)

For the remainder of the week, a cold front will spice the forecast up a bit. For each day, there will be a chance for showers starting in the late morning and dissipating by the evening. Whilst Thursday calls for scattered chances, Friday and Saturday will be more widespread.

Predicted total precipitation for this week (Weather Prediction Center)

For this period, temperatures will once more be on the decline. Our high’s will reach the upper 60’s on Thursday, the lower 60’s on Friday, the lower 50’s on Saturday, and the upper 40’s on Sunday. Our low’s will drop to the lower 40’s on Thursday, the upper 30’s on Friday, and the upper 20’s on the weekend.

A Look at What’s to Come Next

(Outlook for the Upcoming Week)

Next week, the Climate Prediction Center predicts that temperatures will be well above average and precipitation will be slightly above average. Warmer temperatures? We love the sound of that!

Outlook for temperature probability (Climate Prediction Center)

That’s all for today! We hope that you have a wonderful week! For more, follow us at @wxornotBG on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram!