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Rainy pattern expected to continue into Saturday, dry and mild Sunday

The temperatures have risen well above the freezing mark today and the early morning wintry mix is now history.  The rain will continue off and on thorough Saturday so keep the rain gear handy.

Temperatures tonight will be on the mild side for late January as the mercury will only dip to the upper 30s and low 40s. The threat of black ice will be confined to the highest points along the mountain passes.  Fog is likely to develop through the passes as the warmer air mixed with the cold air directly above the snow.

Rain will be off and on Saturday and the air temperatures will read in the middle 50s.  Rain is likely to melt any remaining snow at lower elevations and provide some wet skiing to those venturing to the area resorts.

Sunday begins a mild and dry period more reminiscent of early April as opposed to late January. Sunshine will be more likely than clouds through Monday and Tuesday as we will be experiencing a little taste of Spring next week.

Don’t get too used to the warmer than normal feel and the dry conditions, rain and cooler weather are expected to return by the end of the week as we find out if we will have six more weeks of winter, or an early spring.

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