Enjoy the milder air for a couple more days

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It has been a beautiful day and the evening is just as nice and quiet. Winds are coming in from the southeast and producing a light breeze. Right now just a few clouds in the sky but come tomorrow with the easterly flow continuing, we could see more clouds pile in. Temps will fall from the upper 50s to the mid 40s by 10pm.

Not as cold a start tomorrow morning with the flow from the southeast. Lows should be a few degrees warmer in the upper 30’s to low 40’s. It won’t be as cold to start and we should see plenty of sunshine in the morning despite some area clouds and patchy fog.

DMA Lows Tomorrow
Clouds will be thickening up through the day but temperatures will once again be mild and above average in the low 60’s. Winds out of the southeast will help to pull in some moisture thickening the clouds later in the day. We’ll also be watching our next front system which comes in by early Wednesday morning.

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We will transition from milder air to a much colder air mass mid-week. A front pushes through early Wednesday morning. With the clouds around and maybe a few drops in the morning, expect a milder start in the mid to upper 40’s. We should be able to warm to the mid and upper 50’s before the colder air spills in late Wednesday into Thursday. Thursday we are back to around freezing or even colder and highs will only rebound to about 44 degrees. That is well below where we should be for this time of the year. There will be a disturbance that rotates in overnight into Friday which may produce a few snow flurries. One thing is for sure, lows will plummet to the 20s while high temperatures will struggle to hit 40 degrees. Morning clouds and flurries gives way to plenty of afternoon sunshine as high pressure builds in and dominates our weather at the surface through Saturday. Our next system comes in late Sunday into Monday. Clouds will be increasing for the second half of the weekend. Daytime hours should remain dry. We are into the 20’s both days in the morning with highs around 41 Saturday and a few degrees warmer Sunday in the mid 40s. Rain and, or snow showers will be possible very late but right now, the best chance will be Monday. This next system brings a reinforcing shot of colder air for next week.

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MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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