Not as cold today with afternoon snow showers! Much colder on Sunday!!


Skies are cloudy at daybreak this morning and temperatures are not quite as frigid as the last few mornings with readings in the mid teens.

Today we will have mostly cloudy skies and temperatures may rise to the freezing mark.  An area of snow showers will move through this afternoon with another Arctic cold front. Accumulations should be less than and inch.  Much colder again tonight with temperatures falling back to the low teens.  It will be quite windy throughout the day and tonight.

Sunday will be mostly sunny but quite cold again with highs only around 20 degrees.

Briefly milder again on Monday with a slight chance of snow showers as yet another Arctic front will be coming through dropping temperatures back to the single digits by Tuesday morning.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be frigid with mostly fair skies.

Moderating trend at the end of next week with highs reaching the low 30s by Friday..

Present indications are that Super Bowl Sunday will be milder with highs near 40 with a possibility of snow changing to rain…

 

The forecast: Today – Mostly cloudy with a chance of afternoon snow showers, accumulations less than an inch, high in the low 30s.

Tonight – Cloudy with early flurries then clearing and colder, low in the low teens.

Sunday – Increasing cloudiness, high near 20.

Monday – Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of flurries, high in the mid 30s.  Much colder at night with readings falling to the single digits by Tuesday morning.

Tuesday – Mostly sunny, high only in the upper teens.

Wednesday – Mostly sunny, high near 20.

Thursday – Mostly sunny, high near 30.

Friday – Partly sunny, high in the low 30s.

 

Marine forecast: Gale warnings in effect till Sunday morning.  Today – Southwest wind gusting to 45 knots , seas 7-10 feet.

Outlook – Advisories likely Sunday through Tuesday with winds and seas lowering below advisory levels on Wednesday.

 

Have a good day!

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