QUICK WEATHER FORECAST:
- Today: Cold start, mostly sunny, high 49
- Tonight: Rain showers later, changing to snow showers north, low 35
- Friday: Rain showers, few wet morning snow showers mixed, high 48
- Saturday: Mostly sunny, high 54
- Sunday: Chance of showers, high 60
- Monday: Decreasing clouds, high 58
We’re waking up to more cold weather ahead of the next chance for showers and a much more mild weekend.
Through the day, we’ll be under the influence of high pressure. This will keep around a mostly sunny sky, and help our cold temperatures climb to the upper 40s.
Clouds will increase this evening and be paired with rain showers after midnight. With temperatures falling back down to the 30s by early Friday morning, we could see a brief rain and snow mix, but expect little in the way of accumulation.
Friday, we’ll see any mixed precip change over to just rain. Temperatures will stay on the cool side and just reach a high in the upper 40s, which is about 15 degrees below normal.
Showers wrap up Friday night as a cold front sweeps across the area. This will make room for another round of high pressure.
With high pressure taking charge on Saturday, we’ll see a pretty nice start to the weekend with a mostly sunny sky and highs bouncing back to the 50s. While this is still about 10 degrees below normal, it’ll at least be warmer than what we experienced this week!
Sunday will start off with increasing clouds and warmer temperatures ahead of another cold front. Highs will be much closer to normal for this time of year and climb up to around 60 degrees.
Another chance for rain moves in Sunday afternoon and evening before sunshine returns for the beginning of the next workweek.
Have a great day!