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Seasonable and sunny, but changes coming!

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Sunshine gradually decreases Monday, but highs should reach the upper 30s to lower 40s.





Clouds and flurries enter the picture late Monday.

It’s a mostly clear and calm evening, and conditions stay quiet through the night.  The winds slowly taper through the night too.  Lows fall into the lower to middle 20s across the area.  Sunshine begins the day on Monday, but some clouds begin to drop south during the afternoon as colder air begins rushing back into the area.  Before that happens, highs come close to 40 degrees Monday.  The breezes pick up again, and some flurries enter the picture during the afternoon, especially north, with the approaching front.




An arctic air mass slips in overnight Monday into Tuesday.  Temperatures fall into the 20s Tuesday under mostly cloudy skies.  There is the chance for some snow showers across the region.  There is also some indication it could be a bit more potent, so we’ll monitor these new developments.  Sunshine returns Wednesday, but with the arctic air mass settled over the area, highs only reach the teens!  A clipper system brings a few snow showers or flurries Thursday, followed by ample sunshine on Friday.  Highs are in the lower 20s.




The arctic air mass begins to retreat into the weekend.  Saturday our next cold front could bring a few flurries, otherwise it’s a “milder” day with highs near the freezing mark.  Sunday the warming trend should continue, with partly cloudy skies.  Highs creep closer to seasonable averages.



Have a great week!

-Andrea Michaels