Skies have become cloudy early on this Monday morning and temperatures range from the low 30s in the Clifton area to the mid 20s further inland, winds are light.
A complex low pressure system will cause precipitation to move into the area by 9 a.m. beginning as a mix of freezing rain and sleet before changing to all rain by late this morning, light rain or drizzle will continue this afternoon and night.
Periods of rain will continue on Tuesday with somewhat milder temperatures.
We dry out on Wednesday and it will be mild ahead of a strong cold front that will pass the area during the day followed by colder weather Wednesday night.
Quite cold Thursday through the weekend, some snow showers are possible on Friday and then we will track a possible snowstorm over the weekend, the latest run of the GFS is indicating the storm coming closer to the coast giving us snow Saturday night into Sunday while the European model as the storm well offshore with no snow in our area, so stay tuned.
TODAY – Rain, sleet and freezing rain before changing to all rain by 11 a.m. high in the low 40s.
TONIGHT – Periods of light rain or drizzle, low in the upper 30s.
TUESDAY – Rain, high in the upper 40s.
WEDNESDAY – Mostly cloudy, high in the low 50s.
THURSDAY – Mostly sunny and colder, high in the mid 30s.
FRIDAY – Partly sunny with a chance of snow showers, high in the low 30s.
SATURDAY – Mostly sunny, high in the low 30s.
SUNDAY – Mostly sunny, high near 30.
MARINE FORECAST: Small craft advisory in effect till noon on Tuesday for easterly winds gusting to 30 knots, seas 4-7 feet.
OUTLOOK – Advisories possibly to continue Tuesday afternoon and night; advisories likely on Wednesday and still possible Thursday and Friday.
Have a nice day!