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Forecast Last Updated at Monday, January 24, 2022 at 6:24PM
Milder Ahead of Midweek Chill
Expect a few scattered clouds around for this evening. There will be some extra clouds around on Tuesday but temperatures will be a few degrees above normal for a change. Colder weather makes a comeback for Wednesday. Generally dry weather will be with us this week, except for some snow showers or flurries arriving Friday afternoon. Next weekend looks really cold to start.
Hi: 51 Lo: 28
Scattered clouds, Light & variable wind
Hi: 50 Lo: 23
Mix of clouds & sunshine; Seasonably pleasant temperatures; Light north wind
Hi: 38 Lo: 17
Becoming mostly sunny; Cold; NW wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 41 Lo: 23
Sunny but quite chilly
Hi: 40 Lo: 16
Increasing clouds with PM snow showers & flurries
Saturday - Early snow showers & flurries; Becoming mostly sunny; Windy & very cold; High near 30 degrees; Low in the mid teens
Sunday - Sunshine; Not quite as cold by afternoon; High in the mid 40s; Low in the lower 20s
The overall temperature regime will be milder ahead of a cold front that will be passing through here Tuesday evening. Meanwhile, low-pressure will be passing well to our south over the Gulf of Mexico. There will be some extra clouds around on Tuesday, but should not detract from the more pleasant-feeling weather.
It turns colder again for midweek. Seasonably cold conditions will be with us for Thursday before an upper trough passes through here late Friday. It will ignite ocean cyclogenesis which will pass off the Eastern Seaboard this weekend, providing a significant snowfall event to New England.
Farther south, there will be some developing snow showers by Friday afternoon across the mountains. These may linger into Saturday morning as a push of very cold air arrives to start the weekend. Some moderation in temperatures is expected by Sunday afternoon, however, amid fair weather.
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