CLOUDS FRIDAY: The region has been split inhalf all day between clouds and sunshine. The clear skies are along the western half of the region, and clouds for the eastern half. As the night progresses, skies ultimately become mostly cloudy for everyone. It’s slightly less cold, with overnight lows in the 20s to near 30 degrees. Friday brings limited sun as our next system approaches. Expect overcast skies for much of the area, especially easy. It’s still a fairly mild day, with highs in the upper 30s to lower 40s. A few evening showers are possible, even some pockets of freezing rain.
UNSETTLED WEEKEND: We’ll be monitoring temperatures overnight Friday and very early Saturday morning. Some pockets of drizzle, and therefore freezing drizzle, are not out of the question along with a few light showers. Temperatures quickly rise Saturday morning, so this isn’t an issue for too long. Skies remain cloudy with a few showers possible. Highs are in the lower to middle 40s. Sunday brings a better chance for more widespread showers. Readings are even milder, with numbers rising into the lower 50s.
ANOTHER COLD BURST: Another cold push of arctic air moves in early next week. The first comes through Monday, bringing partly sunny skies. Temperatures are near the freezing mark. Tuesday’s skies are mostly cloudy, and temperatures are a couple degrees milder. The second burst rolls through Wednesday, and this keeps temperatures near the 30 degree mark. Skies are mostly cloudy, with some flurries possible. Thursday is partly cloudy. Highs are still below seasonable averages.
Have a great night!