CLEARING: The fog and clouds will dissipate today as high pressure moves in through the day. Expect a mainly sunny afternoon with a light WNW breeze kicking in. Highs will top out in the upper 30s. Evening hours will feature mainly clear skies with temps falling quickly into the upper 20s. We’re cold and dry tonight with a low around 20°.
High pressure moves into New England on Thursday as a low pressure system develops over the Deep South. The placement of the high will shove cold air along the Appalachians and slip moisture in at low levels. This will bring mainly cloudy skies for us and temps will be held in the low to mid 30s.
FRIDAY SYSTEM: The storm system on Thursday will move to the east coast and ride along the coast to New England during the day on Friday. This Nor’easter will bring some heavy snows to parts of the Northeast; however, at this point it looks like we escape the worst of the snow. Models are slowly coming in better agreement for us. Right now, it looks like we see some light to moderate snow during the early morning hours Friday. By late morning and midday, we should changeover to a cold rain as temps warm to the upper 30s. Rain is pegged to end Friday evening in most models.
There is some suggestion that we may see a brief period of freezing rain early Friday morning. Right now, it’s worth a mention, but should be limited. Stay tuned for changes in the next 48 hours.
WEEKEND: Friday’s system pulls out and high pressure replaces it. Saturday, we’re cold and dry with highs in the mid 30s under plentiful sunshine. Sunday, we start sunny with a few clouds arriving later. We arm to the low 40s!
NEXT WEEK: A strong storms system pushed through the middle part of the country. We’ll remain on the warm side for any precip. So expect a rainy day Monday with highs in the upper 40s. Tuesday, we should dry out with highs in the mid 40s for now, subject to change.
Enjoy a wonderful Wednesday!