Cold and blustery conditions for Sunday

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Daylight Saving Time ends tonight.






Winds stay very breezy through Sunday, with gusts reach 25 to 30 miles per hour at times.

A cool pool of air settled over the region keeps the rest of the weekend feeling quite chilly. The clouds hang around through the night and the breezes kick up. Low temperatures fall into the middle to upper 30s. Don’t forget to “fall back” and push the clocks back one hour before bed. Sunday, the breezes continue, and the clouds are still around for most of the day. During the afternoon, the clouds begin to lift from west to east. Skies are clear by the evening hours as high pressure moves into the region. Afternoon high temperatures reach the middle to upper 40s.





Sunshine and milder air return by Election Day.

High pressure takes control Sunday night, making for a clear and cold night. After beginning near the freezing mark, temperatures warm into the 50s Monday. Some intervals of clouds are expected during the afternoon hours. Plenty of sunshine is expected Tuesday. High temperatures reach the lower to middle 60s, so conditions are good to go for election day.




Wednesday a week cold front enters the picture. It brings some clouds and the chance for a few showers. Highs are near 60 degrees. Thursday, there’s still the chance for some showers. Temperatures cool into the 50s, where they stay into the weekend. Friday and Saturday bring a mixture of clouds and sunshine across the area.



Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

-Andrea Michaels