A developing warm front will move into the area with clouds and the slight chance for an isolated shower Sunday afternoon/evening. A strong cold front will cross our area early Monday morning with a squall line of strong winds and quick hitting heavy showers, followed by clearing skies and warm temperatures during the lunch hour followed by falling temperatures during the afternoon. Colder air will settle across the Northeast by the middle and end of the week. There is the chance that our dry, quiet weather pattern will change by next weekend with the potential for much needed soaking rains.
Overnight: Clear early, then increasing clouds after midnight. Low: 35-45.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with the chance for an isolated shower/sprinkle. High: 60.
Sunday night: Cloudy, breezy and mild with showers moving in for the pre-dawn hours Monday morning. Low: 50s.
Monday: Early heavy showers and strong gusty winds. Winds could gusts to 40+ mph, then clearing and warm. Highs: mid-upper 60s, then falling through the 50s late afternoon.
Tuesday-Thursday: Mostly sunny, brisk and cool. High: 40s, low 20s.