YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
A long term, mostly cloudy weather pattern has set up over the QCA. Our days will be gray and our night cloudy and, at times, foggy. As minor disturbances
roll through the region there will also be a chance for drizzle or freezing drizzle, and a few snowflakes. But, as we go through the week, we'll notice none
of these systems producing anything significant. By the end of the week temps should move from the low 30s to the upper 30s and even low 40s by Sunday.
TONIGHT: MOSTLY CLOUDY. A FEW EVENING FLAKES. PATCHY FOG AND FRZNG. DRIZZLE. LOW: 28°. WIND: W - 5
MONDAY: PATCHY MORNING FOG & FRZG. DRIZZLE. MOSTLY CLOUDY. HIGH: 33°. WIND: NW - 5
TUESDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY. HIGH: 32°.