TONIGHT – 38° by 6 PM
Clear skies overnight and pretty calm winds will help temperatures to fall a good bit.
We’ll be waking-up to the mid 20°s tomorrow morning.
FRIDAY – Wake Up: 25°, High: 50°
Tomorrow will be equally as nice, as high pressure settles-in to our west:
Highs will begin to increase just a few degrees, but we’ll still be below 50° in the afternoon.
SATURDAY – Wake Up: 29°, High: 51°
We’ll stay dry headed into the weekend.
A passing upper-level disturbance will send a few more clouds our way, but that’s it:
Highs Saturday will be in the low 50°s.
LOOKING AHEAD: A Nice Weekend…and then, Monday
Models agree on a low pressure system swinging in from Canada and into the Northeast early next week. As it passes to our north, it could swing some rain and snow our way.
Any snowfall looks minimal: i.e. less than one inch over a 48-hour period.
Stay tuned this weekend for better thoughts on our rain & flurries chances.
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