Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Tonight – Clear – 9PM: 39
Monday – Warmer & Sunny – Morning Low 32 / Afternoon High 52
6a 33 . 9a 39 . 12p 47 . 3p 50 . 6p 43 . 9p 38
The pattern of the last week or so – a few decent days, then a no-worry-flurries cold front, followed by much colder temps – continues.
MLK Day will be one of the nicest days for a least a week. True to pattern, a cold front will arrive late Monday night, produce a few flurries, then slash temps for Tuesday.
Tuesday – Cold, Cloudy, & Windy – Morning Low 27 / Afternoon High 31
6a 28 . 9a 27 . 12p 29 . 3p 29 . 6p 24 . 9p 20
A few no-worry-flurries are possible in the morning.
Wind chills will be in the mid-teens all day long. Wind gusts to 25 mph will make this a good investment:
(Editor’s Note: Before construction, consult all applicable homeowners association rules and local zoning ordinances).
Extended Official NWS Forecast:
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