NOT AS COLD TONIGHT
Clouds have streamed on in from the west and will act as a blanket tonight keeping temperatures up a bit. Lows will range from the upper 20s to low 30s by morning. You can bet it will still feel chilly but not as cold as this morning.
High pressure anchored over the northeast will enhance a southeasterly flow which will pull in some more moisture in the lower levels of the atmosphere resulting in more clouds. Sunshine will mix in and out through the day. Temperatures will be a few degrees warmer than today in the low 50s but still running below average.
Temperatures will start to climb to above seasonal averages by Wednesday with highs around 60 despite mostly cloudy skies. We remain mild through Thursday but we’ll be dodging some showers on Thursday as the next strong frontal system swings in late in the day. It will be followed by colder air to end the week.
Friday will be breezy under mostly sunny skies and chilly temperatures with highs only around 50 degrees. Good news though, it will be another dry evening for high school football. We have lucked out this season with Mother Nature on our side!
Saturday into Sunday will be cooler than average. Saturday will start off with clear skies and plenty of sunshine for much of the day before the clouds move back in. Highs will reach the low 50s after morning lows around 30. Sunday a disturbance moving through the Great Lakes and some upper level energy will produce more clouds, keeping temperatures in the low 50s. It will also usher chillier air for Monday but it will be brief as it turns milder and more seasonal once again by Tuesday.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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