Cool and dry mid-week forecast

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CHILLY DAY:  A cold start gives way to a mainly sunny and dry, less breezy day thanks to high pressure.  Highs today hit the upper 40s.  Enjoy!  Tonight, were back into the upper 20s.  For Thursday, we expect a cool day nearing 50° with clouds filling in through the day.  But, we’re still dry.

3 Day Planner

SHOWERS ARRIVE:  Friday is a seasonably cool day as temperatures rise into the low 50s.  A warm front nudges north, keeping us mostly cloudy.  A few showers may roll in especially late.  Better chances for showers come overnight.  The rain should end on Saturday, as a cold blast of air nears.  Highs Saturday are in the mid to upper 40s, but colder air is on the way late as winds pick up.


COLD BLAST:  Here we go.  Much colder air rushes in behind the system that moves through on Saturday.  We’re talking a windy, cloudy at times, cold day on Sunday.  Highs only hit the middle 30s, and with gusty winds and some snow showers lining up off of Lake Erie.  The winds break down for Monday, but it’s still pretty cold.  We start in the low 20s and end in the upper 30s.  We warm a bit more for Tuesday to the low to mid 40s, but clouds roll in of our next system pegged for midweek.

Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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