ONE MORE DAY OF SUN
Soak up the blue skies and sunshine on Thursday. Clouds return Friday with an easterly wind bringing in moisture off the ocean. Some drizzle is possible late in the day.
ICY SPOTS FRIDAY NIGHT – SATURDAY MORNING
Mist, combined with temperatures dropping below freezing, could lead to some icy spots Friday night into Saturday morning. Most of Saturday looks dry yet cloudy with the chance for a passing shower.
HEAVY RAIN AND RECORD WARMTH SUNDAY
Sunday is the warmer and wetter half of the weekend with periods of rain (some heavy). Record challenging warmth is possible too with highs in the 50s. Around an inch of rain is likely with higher amounts possible too.
COLDER NEXT WEEK, SOME SNOW?
Colder air will return behind Sunday’s storm. There is even a chance for some snow in the forecast Tuesday night into Wednesday with the possibility for a little light accumulation. But that’s still 6-7 days out.
Tonight: Clear, cold. Low: 10-20.
Tomorrow: Sunny, a bit milder. High: 40-45.
Friday: Becoming cloudy with the chance for drizzle developing late. Some icy spots possible at night as temperatures drop below freezing. High: 37-42.
Saturday: Chance for icy spots early with areas of freezing drizzle. Otherwise, cloudy with the chance for a shower or two. High: 37-42.
Sunday: Mild and wet with periods of rain, some heavy. Record challenging warmth. High: 50-55.
Monday: Clouds break for sunshine. High: Near 40.