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It was a cold but quiet day lots of sunshine, the clouds will increase tonight. Winds will pick up just a bit by the shoreline so expect wind chill values in the teens.

High pressure takes control of our weather for the next couple of days so we’ll be quiet and cold. Temperatures will start to moderate heading into the middle of the week with highs near 40 degrees by Wednesday. Wednesday will be a bit breezy as a result of an approaching cold front. Thursday temperatures will be back to the upper 20s to near 30 degrees by the shoreline.

By Friday, another storm will be on our doorstep, we’ll be watching the timing of this. A bit of model disagreement at this point. Similar to most the of events we have seen this winter, the timing at this point is the main concern not snowfall amounts. Currently, a wintry mix to snow is expected through the afternoon, and should transition to rain as the warm front associated with the storm moves north.

Cold air will migrate in behind the storm, which could set the stage for a larger storm Sunday. We’ll be on the weather watch and will post updates as we know more. It’s still 7-8 days out so lots of uncertainty at this point.

Forecast Details:

TONIGHT: Increasing clouds. Lows: Mid teens.

MONDAY: Mostly sunny. High: Low 30s.

TUESDAY: Sunny. High: Near 40.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and breezy. High: Near 40.

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny. High: Near 30.

FRIDAY: Mix/Rain in the afternoon. High: Low 30s.

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