Wayne's Evening Forecast - January 3, 2014

A Winter Storm Watch is up for Sunday, and once the snow ends, bitter cold air & wind chills move in for Monday & Tuesday.
**WINTER STORM WATCH Midnight to 6pm Sunday**

EVENING:  Mainly Clear.  Temp Falling thru the 20s.  Sunset 4:43

OVERNIGHT:  Mainly Clear & Very Cold.  Low 15-20.  Sunrise 7:07

SATURDAY:  Partly Cloudy.  Windy & Not as Cold with a High of 35-40.  Winds S 15-25

SAT NIGHT:  Clouds Increasing.  Rain/Snow Mix (More Snow North & West, Mainly Rain South & East) Moving in After Midnight.  Low 25-30.

SUNDAY:  Snow/Rain Mix Changing to All Snow from Northwest to Southeast, Ending Later in the Afternoon.  Total Accumulations of 3-6” with Heavier 6-9” Amounts North & West of Evansville and Lighter 1-3” Along & South of the Western Kentucky Parkway.  Early High Around 30, then Temps Falling into & thru the 20s as it Turns Very Windy.  Winds E/NW 20-30.

Chief Meteorologist Wayne Hart
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