Cold morning in the teens

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Winds will remain breezy through evening and much of the overnight, however, they start to relax towards morning and become light during the day Tuesday. Until they calm, wind chills will be running in the teens and single digits late tonight. Morning lows will be cold in the low to mid teens; however, we start out with lots of sunshine. Skies remain sunny through the day, and temperatures warm through the 20s to near 30 degrees. High pressure dominates the area, and keeps us dry much of the week.

Temp Trend 24 Hours RPM MODEL - NOW
Towards Friday, high pressure slides off the coast and a warm front pushing in from the southwest will shift our winds to the east, pulling in milder air. With the next front coming in and more moisture streaming in, clouds will be on the increase with shower s to follow Friday afternoon and evening. High temperatures will rise to the 40s late week. Heading into the weekend, we start out with partly sunny skies and highs in the low to mid 40s. However, by the second half of the weekend, a cold front swings through, and a developing low pressure system along it, will bring showers in for much of the day.

MaryEllen Pann,
Chief Meteorologist

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