Skies have become mostly cloudy early on this Tuesday morning and temperatures once again are quite bitter with readings ranging from the mid teens in the Clifton area dropping to near zero in some of the inland areas, winds are mainly calm.
Today we will have a cloudy day and most areas will remain dry, temperatures will slowly rise to above freezing by late this afternoon, strong high pressure is off the coast and a southerly flow of the milder air will develop. Tonight rain is likely possibly beginning as a wintery mix mainly inland, temperatures will continue to slowly rise to near 40 by daybreak on Wednesday, it also will become quite windy with southerly winds gusting to 35 mph.
Rain should end by mid morning on Wednesday and we may see some sun in the afternoon with seasonably mild temperatures, however more showers are likely Wednesday night.
A low chance of showers on Thursday but it will become unseasonably mild with high temperatures well up into the 50s to around 60.
A cold front should come through dry on Friday.
Colder over the weekend as a cold high pressure area builds from the north meanwhile moisture from the south may give us some light snow Saturday night into Sunday.
The cold air will not last too long as above normal temperatures are expected most of next week.
TODAY – Cloudy, high in the mid 30s.
TONIGHT – Rain developing beginning as a mix of snow and sleet, becoming windy, temperatures rising to near 40 by daybreak.
WEDNESDAY – Mostly cloudy, chance of rain before 9 a.m. then becoming mostly sunny, high near 50.
THURSDAY – Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers, quite mild with highs in the upper 50s.
FRIDAY – Partly sunny, high in the upper 40s.
SATURDAY – Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow after 2 p.m., high in the mid 30s.
SUNDAY – Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow, high in the upper 30s.
ML KING DAY – Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain, high in the low 40s.
MARINE FORECAST: TODAY – Southerly winds to 13 knots, seas 1-2 feet. Gale watch in effect from 7 p.m. tonight till 7 a.m. Wednesday morning.
OUTLOOK – Conditions falling to below advisories levels by Wednesday afternoon; advisories likely Thursday into Friday morning; no advisories expected Friday afternoon through Saturday.
Have a nice day!