Upper level energy swings through overnight. This will keep the clouds around for the evening. We could see a few flurries but a better chance for light snow showers overnight. Temperatures will fall from the mid and upper 20s to the low 20s. Winds remain light.
High pressure starts to build overhead through the day allowing for the clouds to break up. More sunshine late in the day and mostly clear skies towards evening. Highs temperatures expected in the mid to upper 20s. Winds will be northerly and light early then pick up a bit out of the northwest 5 to 10mph.
With clearing skies and light winds, high pressure building, this will allow temperatures to drop quickly to the single digits to start the weekend. Highs will rebound under mostly sunny skies to the mid 20s. Cold night into Sunday with lows in the teens but the flow shifts as the high moves east. This brings in milder air but we could still see a wintry mix late Sunday initially as our next system approaches.
As temperatures continue to warm into early Monday, we should see a transition to rain. Highs should warm about ten degrees from morning lows to the upper 30s and low 40s before another shot of Arctic air moves in. Tuesday will be colder to start in the low 20s. Highs will be held into the 30s but our next system will quickly move in as the upper level pattern becomes more progressive. Temperatures will warm to the low to mid 30s overnight so we are looking at a greater threat of rain not mixing. Temperatures warm to the low to mid 40s Wednesday with showers for much of the day. Cold front pushes through and colder air follows for Thursday and Friday with morning lows in the 20s and highs in the 30s.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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