High pressure will take control and stick around until Monday. Sunny skies are expected with temps staying seasonable.
Sunday will feature mainly clear skies for the morning with a chilly start. Temperatures will fall tonight into the teens and some locations could see single digits. By the afternoon temperatures will be a bit cool in the mid to low 30s with increasing cloud coverage heading into dinner time. Overnight we increase the chance to see a passing flurry or two mainly by the shoreline.
By Monday, we will see some nuisance flurries. Not enough to matter much. However, the moisture associated with this storm will linger, and eventually be driven north by a stronger storm. With cold air in place, the storm will start as snow, and we could see a good 6 hour thump of accumulating snow before changing over to a mix or rain. Too early to talk accumulations, but expect plowable snowfall.
After this storm exits, warmer air will not. Temps will remain in the 40s through the rest of the week.
TONIGHT: Mainly clear. Winds diminishing. Low: Teens
SUNDAY: Sunny to partly cloudy, less wind. High: Mid 30s. Chance for flurries at night.
MONDAY: Chance for morning flurries. Then turning sunny. High: 30s.
TUESDAY: WEATHER WATCH. Snow developing, changing to a mix/rain late or at night. High: 30s.
WEDNESDAY: Mix ends early. Then clearing, milder. High: 40s.
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy. High: 40s.
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