A cold front came through around midnight last night on gusty northwest winds, temperatures that were near 50 at midnight have fallen to the 30s, skies are mostly clear.
Today we will have a mostly sunny day with near normal temperatures as highs will reach the upper 40s.
An arctic cold front will move through the area late tonight bringing even colder air into the area by Sunday morning.
Tomorrow will be a very cold and windy day and a couple of flurries cannot be ruled out, temperatures will have a hard time reaching the freezing mark and with wind gusts above 30MPH will make it feel even colder.
Some record breaking low temperatures for Monday morning as most of the region will be in the teens, it will remain cold during the day on Monday but with less wind it will feel less harsh.
During the day Tuesday it will be slightly milder with rain or snow developing by evening.
Still hard to get more detailed on the storm moving up the coast on Wednesday but at this time it appears that it will mostly be a rain event along the coast and snow and or rain inland.
The storm will be out of here by Thanksgiving Day leaving us with a cold and windy holiday.
Slight moderation in temperatures and dry for Black Friday.
The forecast: Today – Mostly sunny, high near 50.
Tonight – Partly cloudy, windy and colder, low in the mid 20s.
Sunday – Partly sunny, windy and very cold, high only in the low 30s.
Monday – Mostly sunny, high in the upper 30s.
Tuesday – Cloudy with a chance of rain developing, high in the mid 40s. Snow or rain likely at night.
Wednesday – Cloudy with a chance of rain or snow, high in the low 40s.
Thanksgiving Day – Partly sunny, breezy and cold, high in the upper 30s.
Friday – Mostly sunny, high near 40.
Marine forecast: Gale warnings issued through Sunday night; Today – Northwest wind to 30 knots, seas 2-4 feet.
Outlook: Sub-advisory level conditions on Monday but advisories may be needed again on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Have a good day!