WXSIM Forecast for: Wawa
Issued by: Wawaweather.net
Updated: Saturday, 29-Apr-2017 10:30 am
 
This
afternoon
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
Tonight

Partly Cloudy
Cold!
Partly Cloudy
Cold!
Sunday

Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
Sunday
night
Freezing Rain
Cold!
Freezing Rain
Cold!
Monday

Freezing Rain
Freezing Rain
Monday
night
Rain and Snow
Rain and Snow
Tuesday

Rain and Snow
Rain and Snow
Tuesday
night
Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
10 mm. 20 mm. 7 mm. 2 mm.
High: 8°C Low: -4°C High: 9°C Low: -1°C High: 5°C Low: 1°C High: 5°C Low: 0°C
  WCh: -7°C   WCh: -7°C        
NNW
10
kph
Light breeze
NE
8
kph
Light breeze
NE
12-26
kph
Moderate breeze
NE
17-28
kph
Moderate breeze
ENE
17-27→7
kph
Moderate breeze
SSE→NE
4
kph
Light air
NNE
16-29
kph
Moderate breeze
NNE
13-28
kph
Moderate breeze
UV: 6  High 

 

This afternoon
 
Fair to partly cloudy. High 8°C. Wind north-northwest around 10 kph.
Tonight
 
Partly cloudy. Cold. Low -4°C. Wind chill ranging from -7 to 5. Wind northeast around 8 kph.
Sunday
 
Partly to mostly sunny in the morning, becoming partly to mostly cloudy in the afternoon. High 9°C. UV index up to 6. Wind northeast around 12 kph, gusting to 26 kph.
Sunday night
 
Cloudy in the evening, becoming dense overcast after midnight. A slight chance of rain in the evening, then a mix of freezing rain, rain, and snow likely after midnight. Cold. Low -1°C. Wind chill ranging from -7 to 5. Wind northeast around 17 kph, gusting to 28 kph. Chance of precipitation 70 percent. Precipitation (liquid equivalent) mostly around 10 mm. Little or no snow or ice (on ground) accumulation expected. Above-ground freezing rain accumulation up to 8 mm.
Monday
 
Dense overcast. A mix of rain and freezing rain likely in the morning, then a chance of rain in the afternoon. High 5°C. Wind east-northeast around 17 kph, gusting to 27 kph, in the morning, becoming 7 kph in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation 80 percent. Precipitation (liquid equivalent) mostly around 20 mm. No ice (on ground) accumulation expected. Above-ground freezing rain accumulation up to 6 mm.
Monday night
 
Cloudy in the evening, becoming dense overcast after midnight. Patchy light fog. A slight chance of rain in the evening, then a mix of rain and snow likely after midnight. Low 1°C. Wind south-southeast around 4 kph in the evening, becoming northeast after midnight. Chance of precipitation 70 percent. Precipitation (liquid equivalent) mostly between 5 and 10 mm. Little or no snow accumulation expected.
Tuesday
 
Dense overcast in the morning, becoming cloudy in the afternoon. Patchy light fog in the morning. A chance of a mix of rain and snow in the morning, then a slight chance of rain in the afternoon. High 5°C. Wind north-northeast around 16 kph, gusting to 29 kph. Chance of precipitation 50 percent. Precipitation (liquid equivalent) mostly around 2 mm. No snow accumulation expected.
Tuesday night
 
Cloudy in the evening, becoming partly to mostly cloudy after midnight. Low 0°C. Wind north-northeast around 13 kph, gusting to 28 kph.
Wednesday
 
Partly cloudy. High 9°C. UV index up to 7. Wind north-northeast around 8 kph in the morning, becoming northwest in the afternoon.
Wednesday night
 
Mostly clear in the evening, becoming clear after midnight. Patchy light fog after midnight. Low -2°C. Wind north-northeast around 4 kph in the evening, becoming east-southeast after midnight.
Thursday
 
Sunny. Patchy light fog in the morning. High 12°C. UV index up to 7. Wind south-southwest around 8 kph.
Thursday night
 
Clear. Patchy light fog after midnight. Low 1°C. Wind southwest around 7 kph.
Friday
 
Partly to mostly sunny in the morning, becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon. Patchy light fog in the morning. Relatively mild. High 14°C. UV index up to 7. Wind southwest around 13 kph, gusting to 28 kph.
Friday night
 
Mostly clear in the evening, becoming partly cloudy after midnight. Low 4°C. Wind north-northeast around 8 kph.

WXSIM forecast formatting script by Saratoga-Weather.org modified by Wawaweather.net.




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