Flirting with 50!

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High pressure dominating our weather tonight along with clear skies will allow temperatures to drop once again to the 20s.  You are likely to scrape some frost once again before heading out.   Bright sunshine to start the day but as low pressure moves to our north and drags a cold front into the area, we’ll see the clouds building in along with an increase in the winds.  They’ll be out of the southwest tomorrow afternoon 10 to 15 mph.  Highs will flirt with 50 degrees after a cold start in the 20s.
High pressure builds back in briefly before the next system approaches.  Highs a bit cooler with the winds out of the north-northwest.  Clouds increase in the afternoon and evening helping to keep overnight lows milder, only dropping to about 30 degrees.

Lots of clouds and a few showers are possible but not a lot of rain expected.  Temperatures will still be mild for this time of the year in the upper 40s.

A great start with sunshine and a nice warm up into the mid 50s.  Still mild on Sunday but more clouds in the area and showers will develop late afternoon and evening.  Highs still well into the 50s after a mild start in the 40s.


Wet weather may briefly continue into Monday.  Still mild for Monday but temperatures will fall back into the 40s by Tuesday.

~MaryEllen Pann,

Chief Meteorologist

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