Only some light snow or flurries today! Colder tomorrow through the weekend with below zero temperatures possible Saturday night!


We have some light flurries early on this Wednesday morning and temperatures range from the low 30s here in Clifton to some upper 20s inland, winds are nearly calm.

The upper level low that was going to produce a few inches of snow overnight weakened and all most of the area had is just some light snow or flurries with little or no accumulation.  Today we will have cloudy skies with occasional snow or flurries with no further accumulation expected, temperatures will be seasonable with highs approaching 40 degrees.

Colder and windy tomorrow as a cold front moves through the area, there still may be some flurries around, high temperatures will be about 10 degrees colder than today.

Dry and cold on Friday.

An Arctic cold front will cross the area early Saturday morning followed by the coldest air of the season so far, daytime high on Saturday will be only around 20 degrees and overnight lows on Saturday night will possibly be below zero in many areas with wind chills of -25 degrees.   Very cold and dry during the day on Sunday with slowly diminishing winds.

Not as cold early next week and a more significant storm should give us precipitation starting as some snow Monday afternoon, mixing with freezing rain Monday night before changing to all rain on Tuesday as temperatures rise into the 40s.

 

THE FORECAST:

TODAY – Cloudy with periods of light snow or flurries, little or no accumulation expected, high near 40.

TONIGHT – Mostly cloudy with occasional flurries, low in the low 20s.

THURSDAY – Mostly cloudy, windy and colder with a chance of flurries, high near 30.

FRIDAY – Sunny in the morning, increasing clouds in the afternoon, high near 30.

SATURDAY – Mostly sunny, windy and very cold, high only around 20.

SUNDAY – Sunny and very cold, high in the low 20s.

MONDAY – Increasing cloudiness with a chance of snow in the afternoon, high in the low 30s.  Snow, freezing rain likely at night.

TUESDAY – Snow and freezing rain changing to rain, high in the mid 40s.

 

MARINE FORECAST:   Small craft advisory in effect till 6 a.m. on Thursday for westerly winds gusting to 30 knots, seas 4-7 feet.

OUTLOOK – Gale watch in effect from 6 a.m. till 10 p.m. on Thursday.  Conditions below advisory levels Friday into early Saturday with gales again possible over the weekend along with heavy freezing spray.

 

Have a good day!

  • Curt

    Sounds like a great weekend to go fishing along the shore…….

    FYI – we actually had enough show yesterday (close to 1 inch) to shovel… and we have flurries going on this morning…!!

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