TODAY: Cold with clouds, limited sun and a flurry (or snow shower) in parts of the area. High: 33
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy, brisk and cold. Low: 16
SATURDAY: Plenty of sunshine, but cold. High: 33 Low: 20
With some colder air to end the week today, highs will struggle to get out of the lower and middle 30s. We'll see a decent amount of clouds and limited sunshine with a flurry (or snow shower) in parts of the area. However, there should be less activity than what we saw Thursday, as an area of high pressure builds into the region by the weekend.
Saturday will still be cold with high temperatures in the lower 30s despite plenty of sunshine. At this point, the system late Sunday looks like a nuisance event with nothing more than a few snow showers (or even flurries) expected Sunday afternoon. However, please stay tuned for updates.
A more significant storm looks to arrive late Monday night and linger into Wednesday. The bulk of that precipitation is expected to be rain. However, there could be a short window (3-6 hours) late Monday night into Tuesday morning when there could be enough cold air in place where we may deal with a wintry mix or snow initially before changing over to all rain. Again, more updates to follow in the coming days.
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|Record||75°F November 20, 1985||12°F November 20, 1924|