MONDAY DECEMBER 4, 2017 5:54 A.M.
Skies are mostly clear early on this Monday morning and temperatures are chilly ranging from the low 30s in the Clifton area down to the mid 20s further inland, winds are mainly calm. In some of the valleys inland there is dense fog and in those areas that are below freezing there may be some patch black ice on some of the roads.
High pressure will give us a mostly sunny day it will become milder. Overnight tonight we will see an increase in clouds as a warm front approaches, temperatures tonight will not be as chilly as last night.
A strong cold front will move through Tuesday night preceded by a warm southerly flow, showers are likely in the afternoon through early Wednesday morning. The front will be followed by colder air that should through the weekend.
Our first measurable snow is possible Friday night into Saturday as a low pressure moves up the coast, the GFS has an inch or two of snow for the area while the European model shows the storm well offshore with no snow for us.
Colder than normal weather should persist most of next week.
TODAY – DEC 4 – Mostly sunny, high near 50.
TONIGHT – Mostly cloudy, low in the mid 40s.
TUESDAY – DEC 5 – Cloudy with showers likely mainly after 3 p.m., high near 60.
WEDNESDAY – DEC 6 – Cloudy with a chance of showers mainly before 7 a.m., becoming mostly sunny, highs in the upper 40s.
THURSDAY – DEC 7 – Sunny, high in the mid 40s.
FRIDAY – DEC 8 – Partly sunny, high in the upper 30s, chance of snow at night.
SATURDAY – DEC 9 – Partly sunny with a chance of snow showers, high in the low 40s.
SUNDAY – DEC 10 – Partly sunny, high near 40.
MARINE FORECAST: TODAY – Southeast wind to 8 knots, seas 1-2 feet.
OUTLOOK – A small craft advisory has been posted effective from 8 a.m, Tuesday morning until 6 a.m. Wednesday morning; small craft conditions likely during the day on Wednesday; no advisories expected from Wednesday night through the day on Friday; possible small craft conditions Friday night.
Have a good day!