Under a chilly dome of high pressure, temperatures tumbled into the low 20s early this morning.
Bright sunshine and crisp weather made it feel like December, with afternoon readings edging into the low 40s. We’ll have another cold night in the mid- to upper 20s under partly cloudy skies, as high clouds arrive toward morning in a southwesterly flow aloft.
A return flow from the south will develop as high pressure moves to the East Coast, bringing an increase in moisture. A few showers could break out to our west, but rain will hold off for the most part until late Sunday night through Monday.
A strong cold front will follow early Tuesday, with falling temperatures and rain showers ending as a few snow showers.
Tonight: Mainly clear, high clouds, cold. Low 25-29
Sunday: Clouds return, breezy, mild, showers at night. High 51
Monday: Showers, mild. High 54 (47)
Tuesday: Showers, windy, turning cooler. High 42, falling through 30s p.m.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, much colder. High 28 (22)
Thursday: Sunny, cold. High 34 (17)
Friday: Mostly cloudy. High 42 (27)
Have a great weekend! -Ben