Skies will be mainly clear this evening with just a few passing clouds overnight. Temperatures will drop quickly and we should be into the 30s by 8 o’clock. Winds should be calm overnight and lows will fall into the upper 20s to start your Saturday. Patchy frost can be expected. Clouds will increase heading into the afternoon with southwest winds around 5 mph. Highs should make it to near 50.
Look for clearing skies with calm winds overnight. Areas of frost will develop Sunday morning as lows fall to around 30. We’ll see more sunshine for Sunday afternoon compared to Saturday. Highs should be a little warmer as well, topping out in the low/mid 50s. Clouds should start filling back in overnight Sunday and lows will stay in the mid 30s. Temperatures won’t warm much on Monday with mostly cloudy skies.
We should stay in the upper 30s. A light rain/snow mix is possible from time to time, but no significant winter weather is expected. Colder air continues arriving with a breezy north wind...lows will be into the mid 20s Tuesday morning. Afternoon highs only recover into the mid 30s with occasional snow flurries…little to no accumulation.
Clouds should be decreasing by Wednesday afternoon. Look for mostly sunny skies Thursday with highs back to near 40.
-Meteorologist David Ernst