Shower threat ends, temps fall through the 40s and the clouds will continue to break up. Winds will remain breezy but not as gusty. It will be the coldest night since the growing season started as lows drop to the low to mid 30s. Be sure to bring in any plants or flowers you want to protect. Some areas may see frost the next couple of mornings.
Sunshine starts to mix with more clouds in the afternoon. There may be a few isolated drops. Winds will be gusty once again adding to the chill. Highs will be well below average in the upper 40s to low 50s. Skies will clear overnight and another very cold night in the low to mid 30s expected.
Friday, starts out cold with lows in the low to mid 30s but we’ll see more sunshine to end the week. However, temperatures will be well short of average only warming to the low 50s. The breeze will kick up again by afternoon. Skies will be clear heading into the weekend and with high pressure building overhead, temperatures will drop again into the low 30s. Highs will be a few degrees warmer with the upper level ridge starting to build. Partly cloudy skies for the day but increasing overnight as a system passes by to our south. It may clip us with a few isolated showers overnight. Lows will be milder in the upper 30s to near 40 thanks to the blanket of clouds. Sunday, sunshine breaks up and warms us to around 60 but still below where we should be this time of the year. Monday becomes unsettled and cooler as an upper level low tries to move west from the northeast. It is known as retrograding. It will bring more clouds, threat for a few showers and cooler air so temperatures will be back into the 50s. Shower chances hang around for Tuesday but we are dry and milder in the low to mid 60s by Wednesday.
MaryEllen Pann, FOX43 Chief Meteorologist
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