Sunshine returns Friday but it stays chilly with brisk winds

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BRISK END TO THE WEEK: The rain transitions back to snow briefly before ending around sunrise.  An addition 1 to 2 inches is possible before the storm exits well before sunrise. Morning lows drop to near 30 degrees.  Winds are gusty for much of the day.  Expect a mix of clouds and sunshine Friday.  We only warm to the lower 40s and with the breeze, wind chill values are expected to be in the 30s.  It is dry for Friday night football for the first time in weeks. Be sure to bundle up. It will be chilly!


WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Skies clear Friday night into Saturday morning.  Morning lows near 30 degrees. Plenty of sunshine expected.  Highs are bit milder, in the middle 40s, but still all short of seasonable averages.  Sunday is dry and breezy under partly sunny skies.  Clouds increase ahead of the next system.  Highs are chilly in the lower 40s.  Sunday evening a few light snow flurries or light snow showers are possible.  Overnight, light snow continues but doesn’t not look to be a concern right now.  It ends by early morning Monday.   

NEXT WEEK: The rest of Monday is chilly under partly sunny skies.  No relief to the much colder than average temperatures for the next several days.  Readings top out in the lower to middle 40s.  Under mostly clear skies, it is much colder, in the lower and middle 20s, Tuesday morning.  It’s a sunnier day, however, highs only make to the upper 30s to near 40 degrees.  Another sunny day Wednesday. Despite the bright skies, afternoon readings are brisk in the 30s.  Thanksgiving Day looks dry and sunny but with no relief to the cold stretch!

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Have a good day!

MaryEllen Pann,

Chief Meteorologist

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