Exceptionally chilly weather to come

Tonight will be another bone chilling night with temperatures inland in the teens and by the shoreline in the low 20s. Wind will be fairly calm with mainly clear skies will help aid the cooling process overnight. Waking up tomorrow morning temperatures will be close to the low 20s for many towns.

With the high pressure set up we have currently we will enjoy another day with mainly clear skies. However it will be another below average day with highs in the upper 30s. This cold air will stick with us through most of the week but so will the dry conditions. The continued dominance of strong high pressure will mean dry weather. It looks like two major systems will stay well to our south so good news there.

Our next chance for any precipitation comes just in time for the weekend. Currently this is looking like strictly a rain event as temperatures do start to moderate heading into the weekend. By Saturday we could see some towns closer to shoreline seeing near 50 degrees.


TONIGHT: Mainly clear. Low: 10s-20s

SUNDAY: Sunny. High: Mid-upper 30s.

MONDAY: Sunny: High: Upper 30s.

TUESDAY: Sunny, colder. High: Mid 30s.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. High: Low-Mid 30s.

THURSDAY: Not as cold. High: low-mid 40s.

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