The storm system that gave the Clifton area about 1.5″ of snow has moved into the Canadian maritime region. Skies have cleared and temperatures are mainly in the mid-upper teens and with some gusty winds it feels even colder.
Today will start out sunny but we should have some increasing clouds in the afternoon with even some flurries today and this evening. High temperatures will be well below normal reaching only the 30 degree mark.
Monday will be dry and continued cold but skies will becoming cloudy by evening with snow developing after midnight and continuing into Tuesday morning mixing with sleet and rain before ending on Tuesday afternoon. Accumulations will be in the 1-3″ range, temperatures will moderate to near normal.
Finally some milder air will move in on Wednesday that should last through the weekend and although there may be slight chances of precipitation most areas will be dry and if anything does fall it would just be some light rain on Friday.
Looking further ahead into early next week it appears that we may be in store to below normal temperatures once again..
The forecast: Today – Sunny in the morning, becoming cloudy in the afternoon with a chance of some flurries, high in the low 30s.
Tonight – Mostly cloudy with a chance of evening flurries, low in the mid teens.
Monday – Sunny, high in the low 30s, snow developing after midnight.
Tuesday – Snow in the morning, possible accumulations 1-3 inches, precipitation changing to sleet and rain before ending, high near 40.
Wednesday – Mostly cloudy, high in the mid-upper 40s.
Thursday – Mostly cloudy, high in the mid-upper 40s.
Friday – Cloudy with a chance of rain, high near 50.
Saturday – Mostly cloudy, high in the upper 40s.
Marine Forecast: Small craft advisory in effect till late tonight for northwest winds becoming westerly up to 30 knots, seas 4-6 feet.
Outlook – Advisories possible on Wednesday otherwise sub-advisory levels should prevail.
Have a good day!