FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2017 6:01 A.M.
Skies are mostly fair early on this Friday morning and temperatures have fallen to the upper teens in the Clifton area to the low teens further inland, winds are brisk out of the west. Some black ice are on untreated roads and sidewalks so be careful heading out this morning. Here in Clifton I recorded 8.5 inches of snow from yesterday’s storm.
Today will be a dry and cold day as high pressure builds into the area, winds will be a little gusty this morning but diminish by this afternoon. A weak warm front approaching the area will cause increasing cloudiness tonight with a some light snow late tonight into Saturday morning, at this time accumulations will range from a dusting to an inch.
Milder on Saturday as another high pressure moves into our area, temperatures will reach the 40s.
Rain is likely on Sunday as a storm develops and moves north of the area, this storm will rapidly strengthen and cause more heavy snow for New England on Monday. Here it will be dry on Monday but quite windy.
Seasonable temperature Tuesday through Thursday of next week, some models are indicating another storm for Wednesday but at this point most areas will stay dry.
TODAY – FEB 10 – Increasing cloudiness, high near 30.
TONIGHT – Light snow likely from 9 p.m till 3 a.m., low in the mid 20s.
SATURDAY – FEB 11 – Mostly cloudy and milder, high in the mid 40s.
SUNDAY – FEB 12 – Cloudy with rain likely, high in the low 40s.
MONDAY – FEB 13 – Mostly sunny and windy, high near 40.
TUESDAY – FEB 14 – Mostly sunny, high in the low 40s.
WEDNESDAY – FEB 15 – Partly sunny, high in the low 40s.
THURSDAY – FEB 16 – Mostly sunny, high near 40.
MARINE FORECAST: Small craft advisory in effect till 5 p.m. this afternoon for westerly winds gusting to 30 knots, seas 3-5 feet.
OUTLOOK – Advisories possible late tonight; no advisories expected over the weekend; possible gales on Monday with conditions lowering below advisory levels on Tuesday.
Have a nice day!