You'll notice a common theme in the days ahead. Thawing during the days and refreezing at nights. So keep an eye out for slick spots each morning this week. If the road/front step looks wet, assume it's icy.
- Milder Tuesday, 40s, chance late-day/evening shower
- Dry, trending a bit cooler Wednesday - Thursday
- Watching an offshore storm Friday
Tuesday's cold front is pretty wimpy! The air following it on Wednesday will still be mild for January standards, near 40 degrees. I can't rule out a passing flurry in the far northwest hills.
Another storm will develop off the Carolinas later this week. I know what you're thinking...uh oh, not again! But this is a totally different set-up than Saturday's historic nor'easter. Right now the chance of that storm hitting us is 30% or less. That's a 70%+ chance it misses.
Forecast Details:Tonight: Increasing clouds. Watch for icy spots. Low: 20-30.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, mild. Chance for a shower or two, mainly late in the day. High: 40-45.
Wednesday: Becoming partly cloudy, remaining mild. High: High: 38-43.
Thursday: Sunny, a bit cooler than recent days. High: 35-40.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, a storm lurks just offshore. Chance snow/mix if it trends closer to the coast. High: Near 40.