Temperatures this morning have plummeted to the mid teens and with winds gusting to 40 MPH makes it feel much colder, skies are cloudy.
Today after early morning cloudiness it will becoming mostly sunny but remaining bitterly cold and windy, highs only in the upper 20s with winds continuing to gust to 40 MPH.
Winds will slowly diminish tonight but temperatures will still be very chilly with record lows possible as temperatures fall into the teens in the Clifton area with single digits further inland.
After a cold morning temperatures quickly moderate into the 40s by Friday afternoon, skies will be mostly sunny.
Even milder on Saturday with highs in the 50s.
A cold front will move through on Saturday night with much cooler air returning for Sunday.
It will be unseasonably cold for St Patrick’s Day and there is a small chance of snow. The European and the American model has a coastal storm moving well to our south and not giving us any white stuff while the Canadian model has the storm more north giving us heavy snow.
Not as cold on Tuesday and Wednesday but still below normal temperatures, there is another chance of light precipitation on Wednesday.
The forecast: Today – Cloudy and very windy, gusts to 40 MPH, highs only in the upper 20s.
Tonight – Mostly clear and quite cold with diminishing winds, low in the mid teens.
Friday – Mostly sunny, high in the upper 40s.
Saturday – Partly sunny, high in the mid-upper 50s.
Sunday – Mostly sunny, high in the low 40s, chance of snow developing at night.
Monday – Mostly cloudy and cold with a chance of snow, high in the mid 30s.
Tuesday – Partly sunny, high in the low 40s.
Wednesday – Partly sunny with a chance of light rain, high in the upper 40s.
Marine Forecast: Gale warnings are in effect till late tonight for northwest winds gusting to 35 knots, seas 4-7 feet.
Outlook – Small craft advisories likely on Friday, sub-advisory level conditions most of the weekend with advisories again possible late Sunday night into Monday.
Have a wonderful day!