Light snow ending this morning followed by mostly sunny skies this afternoon with seasonably cold temperatures ! Dry and cold on Thursday! Milder on Friday with rain developing in the afternoon continuing on Saturday!

Good morning!

Light snow is falling across most of the area this morning and temperatures range from the freezing mark in Clifton down to the mid 20s further inland, winds are light from the north.



RECORD HIGH: 62 – 2015 RECORD LOW: 6 – 1988


The disturbance that is causing the light snow this morning will move offshore and the snow should end around 9 a.m., accumulations of 1-2 inches are expected mainly over grassy surfaces. Most of the roads will mainly just be wet with some slushy spots. High pressure will then build into the area and we should see some clearing by this afternoon, temperatures will be seasonably cold.

High pressure will be over our area on Thursday with dry and cold conditions.

Milder on Friday but another storm system will give us rain late Friday into Saturday, some of the rain may be heavy at times on Saturday with rainfall amounts of 1-2 inches likely.

Sunshine returns on Sunday, it will be seasonably mild but there will be a brisk wind.

Seasonably cold and dry on Monday but another storm system will likely give us rain again on Tuesday that may start off as a period of snow especially to our north and west.


TODAY – DEC 11 – Snow ending this morning then becoming mostly sunny this afternoon, high in the mid 30s, total accumulation of 1-2 inches.

TONIGHT – Mostly clear, low in the low 20s.

THURSDAY – DEC 12 – Sunny, high in the mid 30s.

FRIDAY – DEC 13 – Mostly cloudy with rain develop late in the afternoon and continuing at night, high in the mid 40s.

SATURDAY – DEC 14 – Rain, high in the mid 50s.

SUNDAY – DEC 15 – Partly sunny and breezy, high in the upper 40s.

MONDAY – DEC 16 – Mostly sunny, high near 40.

TUESDAY – DEC 17 – Cloudy with a chance of rain, may start off as a wintery mix early in the morning, high in the mid 40s.

MARINE FORECAST: A small craft advisory is in effect until 6 a.m. Thursday morning for northwest winds gusting to 30 knots, seas 2-3 feet.

OUTLOOK – No advisories expected Thursday through the day on Friday; small craft advisories likely Friday night through Sunday with some gale force gusts possible on Sunday.

Have a nice day!

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