Brrrrrr! What a difference one day can make. Temperatures today were about 20 degrees cooler than this time yesterday.
Wednesday will be the coldest day of the week, but at least the wind is diminishing. High pressure building in overhead will provide abundant sunshine. As the high slips offshore Thursday and Friday, a slight warming trend will get underway. Clouds will increase late week, followed by showers late Friday into Saturday morning. Arctic cold takes over on Sunday behind the front. Along with winter cold will be winter precipitation. Don’t be surprised if you see a few flurries flying around!
Tonight: Clear, cold! Low: 22-28
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, chilly. Less wind than recent days. High temperatures in the lower 40s inland, middle 40s for the shoreline.
Thursday: Sunshine mixing in with high clouds, especially late in the day. High temperatures in the middle 40s inland, upper 40s for the shoreline.
Friday: Milder with increasing clouds. High temperatures around the 50 degree mark. Chance for a sprinkle or shower in spots late.
Saturday: Morning showers give way to some afternoon clearing. Becoming windy. Another mild day with high temperatures around 50 degrees.
Sunday: Colder and windy with the chance for some flurries. High temperatures will be in the 30s with wind chills in the 20s.