It is much milder this morning than yesterday with temperatures in the low 40s in the Clifton area to the upper 30s further inland which is about 20 degrees warmer than this time yesterday, skies are mostly cloudy and the winds are light.
We should have partly sunny skies today with temperatures reaching the low 50s which is just a little bit above normal for this time of year but after this past cold snap it will feel quite comfortable.
Clouds will increase tonight with rain developing around midnight and ending Monday morning, rain may be heavy at times with an inch of rainfall is possible.
After the rain it will become partly sunny during the day and unseasonably warm with highs near record levels reaching the 70 degree mark.
A cold front will cross the area Monday night and Tuesday will be cooler but with highs in the 50s.
Now for Wednesday, a coastal storm will be developing and moving up the coast, the track and the strength of the storm is still not clear but as of right now it appears that we will have mostly rain starting around midday possibly beginning as a mix or snow or rain, at night colder air will be moving into the area and changing the rain to snow which may accumulate a few inches inland before ending on Thanksgiving morning. The forecast will probably change the next few days so keep tuned as this may affect travel especially inland.
Clearing and cool on Thanksgiving day with continued cool and dry weather into next weekend.
TODAY – Partly sunny, high in the low 50s.
TONIGHT – Cloudy with rain mainly after midnight, temperatures in the upper 40s in the evening rising to the low 50s by daybreak on Monday.
MONDAY – Morning rain ending by noon then mostly cloudy, windy and warm, high near 70.
TUESDAY – Mostly sunny, high in the low 50s.
WEDNESDAY – Cloudy with rain developing by noon, possibly beginning as snow, high near 40. Rain changing to snow Wednesday night.
THANKSGIVING DAY – Becoming mostly sunny, high in the low 40s.
FRIDAY – Mostly sunny, high near 40.
SATURDAY – Partly sunny, high in the low 40s.
MARINE FORECAST: TODAY – West-southwest wind to 14 knots, seas 2-3 feet.
Gale warning will be in effect from midnight tonight till 11 am on Monday morning.
OUTLOOK – Small craft advisories later Monday dropping below advisory levels for Tuesday, advisories again likely by Wednesday afternoon.
Have a good day!