Skies are partly cloudy early on this Tuesday morning and temperatures have dropped to the upper teens here in Clifton ranging down to 10 degrees in our colder suburbs, winds are nearly calm.
Today we will see an increase of clouds as a weak disturbance moves in from the mid-west, light precipitation in the form of rain and snow showers will likely develop this afternoon changing to snow showers later in the day and continuing in the evening, a coating of snow is possible especially across inland areas where up to an inch will fall, high temperatures should reach around 40 degrees. Much colder and windy tonight.
Mainly dry, windy and cold on Wednesday, we should see mostly sunny skies but there may be some lingering flurries in the morning.
Dry weather will continue Thursday into the day on Friday with moderating temperatures.
A stronger low pressure system is expected to give us more significant precipitation Friday night into Saturday, the precipitation may start off as a mixture of rain, snow and freezing rain changing to all rain during the day on Saturday and then possibly changing back to snow before ending on Saturday evening.
Dry weather on Sunday and Monday with colder temperatures.
TODAY – Becoming cloudy with a rain and snow showers likely this afternoon, high in the low 40s.
TONIGHT – Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow showers, little or no accumulation expected, becoming windy and colder, low in the low 20s.
WEDNESDAY – A chance of flurries in the morning then becoming mostly sunny windy and colder, high only in the low 30s.
THURSDAY – Partly sunny, high in the upper 30s.
FRIDAY – Partly sunny, high in the mid 40s. Chance of rain, snow and freezing rain at night.
SATURDAY – Mixed precipitation changing to rain, high in the mid 40s, rain changing back to snow before ending Saturday evening.
SUNDAY – Partly sunny, high in the upper 30s.
MONDAY – Mostly sunny, windy and cold, high around 30.
MARINE FORECAST: Gale warning in effect from 11 a.m. this morning till 10 a.m. on Wednesday. Today – Southwest wind to 35 knots, seas 5-8 feet.
OUTLOOK – Small craft advisory possible later Wednesday and Wednesday night, no advisories expected Thursday and Friday.
Have a good day!