This evening I will take a brief look at the week ahead as our up and down temperature ride continues. Full updates at the normal time make a return tomorrow.
A cold front will cross the region tomorrow morning but deep cold air will lag behind a bit thus leading to a pleasant day overall across the area. Highs will range from 30’s in the mountains to 50’s on the coast.
Deep cold air moves in for Tuesday and brings fair but chilly weather with sunny skies and highs in the 20’s and 30’s for most areas. NW winds could be biting at times so watch out for windchills.
Wednesday brings our next chance for active weather with warm air surging northward once again. With deep cold air in place, expect a period of light snow/sleet/freezing rain/rain across the area Wednesday morning. Highs will range from the 20’s inland to 40’s at the coast.
Thursday is our next cool day with highs tumbling back into the 20’s and 30’s under mostly sunny skies. Tuesday looks to be a good analog day for Thursday and thus windchills could be a factor once again.
Friday continues the quiet but cold streak Thursday started with highs in the 20’s and 30’s under mostly sunny skies. A few clouds may approach the area in the evening as our next potential storm approaches.
Saturday and Sunday are very uncertain at this point. There are indications some sort of precip will impact the area however it is still unclear if this will be rain/snow and even if it will happen at all so stay tuned throughout the week as this becomes more clear.
Another update comes tomorrow morning at the usual time.