Still seeing some flurries and sprinkles but they are light and isolated. Most of the area is dry with partly cloudy skies. Winds are breezy but will be easing as high pressure builds in. It will help to clear the skies too leading to a cold evening! Temperatures will fall through the 30s but feel like the 20s with the breeze.
Morning air will be crisp and cold. Lows will bottom out well below average from the low 20s to the upper 20s. Winds will be light out of the west.
We are high and dry with clouds increasing later in the day. Highs will only warm to the upper 30s to low 40s and the breeze will be anywhere from 5 to 10 mph out of the west. The next system arrives from the southwest and the clouds will start streaming in Saturday evening.
Clouds will be in place for Sunday but we should be dry much of the day and a few degrees warmer in the mid 40s. There will be a small chance for rain and or snow showers towards evening. Rain and snow showers more likely for Monday the system tracks along the Appalachian Mountains. This keeps the area more on the mild side and gives us more of a threat for mainly a rain event. However, a few wet snow showers may mix in at the beginning and at the end as temperatures may be cool enough for the change in precipitation.
We see another surge of even colder air enter the area Tuesday and Wednesday. Morning lows will continue in the 20’s through a good part of the week. We are dry with high pressure in control but highs will not get out of the 30’s! By Thursday and Friday, temperatures start to rise but still expect to be well below average.