Our weather pattern remains quiet right through the weekend. Clouds will thicken up on Saturday. Temperatures will be a little milder for the second half of the weekend with the chance for a shower or sprinkle in spots Sunday. The most “exciting” part of the forecast is the arrival of arctic cold the beginning of next week. I wouldn’t be surprised if the cold front triggered a few snow squalls Monday night into Tuesday morning. Temperatures by Tuesday will struggle to hit the 40 degree mark.
Tonight: Clearing, cold! Lows: 25-32
Tomorrow: Increasing clouds. Not as windy. High temperatures in the mid to upper 40s inland. Near 50 along the shoreline.
Sunday: Milder with a mix of sun and clouds. Chance for a quick sprinkle or shower. High temperatures in the 50s.
Monday: Partly cloudy, breezy and pleasant for Veteran’s Day. High temperatures in the low 50s.
Tuesday: Chance for some snow showers in the morning. Otherwise, partly cloudy and breezy. High temperatures around 40 degrees.
Wednesday: Clouds breaking for sunshine. Another chilly day! High temperatures in the low 40s.