Skies will be mostly cloudy tonight, with scattered showers across the northeastern part of the state associated with a clipper-type system. Expect blustery conditions behind the departing low-pressure area. Morning readings will dip into the low to mid-40s, with breaks in the clouds.
Skies will gradually clear on Sunday from west to east, with scattered clouds and a chilly northwesterly breeze, as high pressure builds down from the Midwest. High temperatures will be a little cooler, in the low to mid-50s.
Monday morning, under clear skies, will bring widespread patchy frost and the first freeze in some areas, with temperatures in the low 30s (upper 20s in the cold spots). The day will be sunny and crisp, with readings in the upper 50s in the afternoon.
Winds will turn southerly on Tuesday as the high moves east, bringing a significant warmup. Readings will reach the low 70s much of the week, with dry conditions. A frontal system will bring increasing clouds on Wednesday, followed by showers later in the week.
- Tonight: Mostly cloudy, blustery, northeast. Low 43
- Sunday: Morning clouds, some clearing. High 54
- Monday: Mostly sunny, crisp. High 59 (34)
- Tuesday: Partly cloudy. High 71 (44)
- Wednesday: Some sun, breezy, pleasant. High 72 (53)
- Thursday: Mostly cloudy, showers. High 70 (55)
- Friday: Mix clouds and sun, few showers. High 67 (51)