Warmer days ahead early this week

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Monday is a milder day, with temperatures reaching the upper 50s to lower 60s under a mixture of sunshine and clouds.

 

 

TURNING MILDER

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The warming continues Monday, with sunshine and clouds.

After a beautiful Sunday across our region, conditions remain quiet through the rest of the night. Expect mainly clear skies, with intervals of passing clouds at times. The light breezes quickly taper as well. It’s a seasonably cold night, with overnight low temperatures falling into the 30s. Even milder days are ahead as we begin the new week. Monday brings a mixture of sunshine and clouds. Highs are in the upper 50s to lower 60s.

 

 

WARMER DAYS CONTINUE

Tuesday is the warmest day. There’s plenty of sunshine to begin the day, but some late day clouds move into the area. Highs are in the lower to middle 60s. Our next cold front moves through overnight Tuesday into early Wednesday, bringing clouds and a few sprinkles. Otherwise, temperatures begin to cool down.

 

 

TURNING COLD AGAIN

Our first push of colder air settles over the region by Thursday. Expect plenty of clouds, with temperatures in the middle 40s. Early Friday a second push of colder air moves through. Highs are only near 40 degrees! Expect clouds once more, and even flurries are possible early for some. By Saturday sunshine returns, but temperatures are still in the 40s. It looks like we’re still in the 40s for Sunday, with clouds returning yet again.

 

 

Have a great week!

-Andrea Michaels

1 Comment

  • Bruce A. Frank

    Would be nice if you did a little education of your readers rather than just supplying the data. Because of the pressure differential and the rotation of the cell, cold fronts approaching from the west/north west create south winds typically raising the temperatures above “normal” before the cold front hits. Even in the coldest times of the Winter, an approaching front can draw southern winds that may raise temperatures 30 to 50 degrees, the the cold front hits suddenly dropping the temps into the below freezing range. Many agenda driven activists will claim abnormal changes caused by human activity, propaganda swallowed by people whose science and weather education is virtually non-existent.

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