Rest of Tonight – High 55, Low 37
It would be a good time to go on that last minute tropical get away.
Tonight, expect much-cooler temps. Overnight lows will be in the 30s.
Winds will calm down a bit as the evening progresses.
Thursday – Cooler & Windy – Morning Low 37, Afternoon High 58
7a 38. 10a 47 . 1p 55 . 4p 57 . 7p 49 . 10p 41
Another very cold morning. Temps will try to warm, but will be stopped when some of the coldest Canadian air of this whole ordeal arrives.
Patchy frost may be a problem. Set your alarms a few minutes early so you can scrape the ice off your car.
Friday – Freeze Watch – Morning Low 32, Afternoon High 50
7a 34 . 10a 41 . 1p 48 . 4p 49 . 7p 43. 10p 36
A Freeze Watch is in effect from 1 a.m. until 9 a.m. This may be upgraded into a Freeze Warning. All outdoor vegetation could be killed.
The sun will be shining, but it will not feel warm out at all. Some of us will be lucky to get into the 50s.
Pull out the winter gear for Friday Night football.
Saturday – Very Cold Morning
28 is the forecast morning low! So if Friday’s potential freeze did not kill your plants, Saturday morning’s will.
Good news! Winds shift out of the south early in the day, raising temps to the low 60s.
Lows that night will only cool the the 40s.
Sunday – Warmer
The warming trend continues. We could actually see 70s early next week ahead of another front.
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