Skies are clear early on this Saturday morning and temperatures here in Clifton have fallen to the lowest levels of this warm winter so far with a reading of 11 degrees at 5 a.m. Further inland readings are in the single digits with 1 degree reported at High Point.
CLIFTON’S ALMANAC FOR FEBRUARY 15TH:
AVERAGE HIGH: 40 AVERAGE LOW: 24
RECORD HIGH: 60 – 2019 RECORD LOW: -3 – 1987
YESTERDAY’S HIGH: 36 LOW: 15 PRECIPITATION: NONE
Another quite cold day will be with us today but with plenty of sunshine and light winds it will not feel as harsh as yesterday. High pressure will be over our area.
As the high pressure moves offshore a southwesterly flow will develop, temperatures tonight will not be nearly as cold with lows staying in the 20s. With plenty of sunshine tomorrow temperatures will be much milder.
Another dry and mild day on Monday.
The only precipitation next week should be on Tuesday and again this time it will be warm enough to just cause some rain.
After a seasonably mild Wednesday temperatures will be colder Thursday and Friday but has been the case this winter the cold air will be in and out in a hurry with milder air again expected next weekend.
TODAY – FEB 15 – Sunny, high in the low 30s.
TONIGHT – Mostly cloudy, low in the mid 20s.
SUNDAY – FEB 16 – Partly sunny and milder, high in the upper 40s.
PRESIDENTS DAY – FEB 17 – Mostly sunny, high in the upper 40s.
TUESDAY – FEB 18 – Mostly cloudy with showers likely, high near 50.
WEDNESDAY – FEB 19 – Mostly sunny, high in the mid 40s.
THURSDAY – FEB 20 – Mostly sunny and colder, high in the mid 30s.
FRIDAY – FEB 21 – Sunny, high in the upper 30s.
MARINE FORECAST: TODAY – Southerly wind to 8 knots, seas 1 foot.
OUTLOOK – No advisories expected Sunday and Monday; advisories expected for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Enjoy the weekend!
Amazing what’s happening out in the North Atlantic … glad we’re not visiting Iceland or Great Britain right now!
Allan Kazimir Post author
Yes Curt they have been getting hammered the last couple of days, hurricane force winds and waves up to 60 feet. Wow!