Skies are partly cloudy early on this Tuesday morning and temperatures range from the mid 30s in the Clifton area to the chilly mid 20s further inland, winds are mainly calm.
High pressure will be over us this morning and then move off the New England coast as a low pressure develops off the Carolina coast, we will start off with partly to mostly sunny skies this morning followed by increasing cloudiness this afternoon, precipitation will develop by this evening with rain along most areas but some snow may accumulate inland over the highest terrain.
Rain will taper off to drizzle Wednesday morning before ending in the afternoon, temperatures will be seasonably mild.
A strong cold front will cross the area on Thursday bringing in the coldest air of the season on Friday which will be with us through the weekend along with dry conditions although some flurries or sprinkles are possible both Friday and Saturday.
Another disturbance may give us rain on Monday again beginning as some frozen precipitation inland.
TODAY – Increasing cloudiness with a chance of rain after 5 p.m., high in the upper 40s.
TONIGHT – Rain, low in the upper 30s.
WEDNESDAY – Chance of light rain or drizzle in the morning, mostly cloudy in the afternoon, high near 50.
THURSDAY – Mostly cloudy, high in the mid 40s.
FRIDAY – Mostly sunny, windy and colder, high around 40.
SATURDAY – Mostly sunny, high in the upper 30s.
SUNDAY – Mostly cloudy, high near 40, chance of rain at night.
MONDAY – Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain, high in the upper 40s.
MARINE FORECAST: TODAY – East wind to 14 knots, seas 3 feet. Small craft advisory will be in effect from 6 p.m. this evening till 6 a.m. Wednesday morning.
OUTLOOK – Advisories possible continuing during the day on Wednesday; no advisories Wednesday night through the day on Thursday; advisories likely Thursday night into Friday night; no advisories expected on Saturday.
Have a good day!