Skies are mostly cloudy this morning but temperatures are ranging form the low 40s in the Clifton area to the 30s further inland, much milder than last Tuesday morning when the temperatures were only in the single digits.
Today will be a very mild day with temperatures possibly reaching the 60 degree mark.
On Wednesday rain will develop around daybreak, temperatures will rise to the 50s. A cold front associated with a strong low pressure moving over us may cause some thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon or evening. The front will be followed by much colder air with temperatures falling to the 20s by Thursday morning. It now appears most of the precipitation will end before temperatures fall below freezing so no accumulating snow is expected.
Much colder and windy on Thursday with high temperatures staying below freezing.
The very cold weather will not last long as Friday we rise into the 40s.
The weekend should be dry, mild on Saturday and cooler on Sunday.
Cold and windy on St. Patricks day with some snow flurries possible.
The forecast: Today – Partly sunny, high in the upper 50s.
Tonight – Cloudy with a chance of rain developing before daybreak, low around 40,.
Wednesday – Rain with a chance of thunderstorms, high in the upper 50s. Rain possibly changing to snow showers before ending early Thursday morning, temperatures falling to the 20s.
Thursday – Partly sunny and windy, high in the upper 20s.
Friday – Sunny, high in the low 40s.
Saturday – Partly sunny, high in the mid 50s.
Sunday – Mostly sunny, high in the mid 40s.
Monday – Mostly cloudy and windy with a chance of snow showers, high in the upper 30s.
Marine Forecast: Today – West wind gusting 20 knots, seas 2-3 feet.
Small craft advisory will be in effect Wednesday afternoon with a gale watch for Wednesday night through Thursday night.
Outlook – Sub-advisory level conditions Friday into Saturday.
Have a good day!