Good morning everyone!
Skies are mostly clear early on this Friday morning and temperatures are cool ranging from the upper 30s in Clifton down to the mid 20s further inland, winds are light northerly.
Clouds will increase this morning as low pressure system approaches the area, rain from this system will begin this afternoon and become heavy at times this evening before tapering off late tonight. Rainfall amounts will average between 1-2 inches and a flash flood watch is in effect.
The rain will end shortly after midnight and Saturday will be a dry but windy and chilly day, winds may gust to 35 mph and with highs only in the 40s will make it feel even colder.
Sunday will be chilly but with diminishing winds.
Another storm system is expected to give us some more heavy rain from late Monday night though Tuesday night.
Very chilly weather Wednesday through the end of the week but we should remain mainly dry.
TODAY – NOV 9 – Becoming cloudy with rain developing mainly after 2 p.m, high in the low 50s.
TONIGHT – Rain, heavy at times tapering off late at night and ending shortly after midnight, low around 40.
SATURDAY – NOV 10 – Mostly sunny, windy and cool, high in the upper 40s.
SUNDAY – NOV 11 – Sunny, high in the mid 40s.
MONDAY – NOV 12 – Partly sunny, high near 50, rain likely after midnight.
TUESDAY – NOV 13 – Rain, high in the mid 50s.
WEDNESDAY – NOV 14 – Partly sunny, windy and chilly, high only around 40.
THURSDAY – NOV 15 – Sunny, high in the mid 40s.
MARINE FORECAST: A small craft advisory is in effect for northeast winds gusting to 30 knots, seas building to 3-6 feet.
OUTLOOK – A gale warning as been posted effective from 6 a.m. Saturday morning until 6 p.m. Saturday evening; small craft conditions likely to continue Saturday night; no advisories expected for Sunday and Monday; gales again possible on Tuesday.
Have a nice day!