Skies across the area are mostly cloudy early on this Thursday morning and temperatures range from near 40 in Clifton down to the low 40s further inland, winds are mainly calm.
Clifton’s Almanac for March 12th:
Average High: 47 Average Low: 30
Record High: 73 – 2012 Record Low: 9 – 1984
Yesterday’s High: 57. Low: 40. Precipitation: None
High pressure off the New England coast today will give our area an easterly flow of cool air along with mostly cloudy to cloudy skies.
A warm front will cause rain mainly after midnight tonight into Friday morning, rain may be heavy at times with possibly a thunderstorm. It will become quite mild before a cold front passes through the area in the afternoon. Winds will become gusty behind the front. Colder air will move in at night. Rainfall amounts will average between a half to one inch Friday morning.
Strong high pressure building from Canada will give us sunny skies both Saturday and Sunday, temperatures will be a little above normal on Saturday and near normal on Sunday.
Monday will be mostly sunny with cooler than normal temperatures.
A weak area of low pressure so I give us a chance of light rain on Tuesday.
Wednesday should be dry with slightly above normal temperatures as high pressure builds into the area.
Today – Mostly cloudy, high in the low 50s.
Tonight – Cloudy with rain developing mainly after midnight, low in the mid 40s.
Friday – Rain with possibly a thunderstorm in the morning then clearing and quite mild in the afternoon, breezy, high in the upper 60s.
Saturday – Sunny, high in the mid 50s.
Sunday – Sunny, high near 50.
Monday – Mostly sunny and cool, high in the mid 40s.
Tuesday – Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain, high in the mid 50s.
Wednesday – Mostly sunny, high in the upper 50s.
Marine Forecast: East winds to 10 knots, seas 1-2 feet.
Outlook – Small craft advisories likely during the day on Friday; no advisories expected Friday night through Monday
Have a nice!