While we have a slight chance of a shower in the morning, there's a better chance for a passing shower or a few flurries for our Wednesday night. These chances are triggered by a cold front that is relatively dry, but still shows some light moisture. Afternoon highs will still get to the mid 40s as sunshine is sandwiched between morning clouds and increasing clouds later in the day.
Temperatures are a bit cooler on Thursday with a mixed sky before the temps rebound on Friday into the mid to upper 40s. However, another cold front will swing into the Tri-State and will likely produce some rain as it passes the Tri-State during the day. We are tracking the front as it could give us a few flurries should the timing change.
Then, it's a a split weekend with clouds on Saturday and sunshine on Sunday. Afternoon highs will drop back below average to the mid to low 30s. But, SuperBowl Sunday will be quite different in Los Angeles.
A Heat Watch is on for Wed-Fri in Los Angeles as some temps will reach near 90°. It appears outside @SofiStadium the temp hits 82° at kickoff. @wcpo pic.twitter.com/tRIdGqqGku
— Steve Raleigh WCPO (@Cincywxman) February 8, 2022
Clouds increase toward daybreak
Not as cold
Light shower or flurries possible