Today: Cloudy and windy with scattered rain and snow showers; temperatures fall through the 30s
Tonight: Mostly cloudy; low in the mid 20s
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a few flurries; high in the mid 30s
Thursday: Sun and some clouds; high near 40
Friday: Mostly sunny; high near 50
Temperatures will head back below freezing later this evening. That is important as we will see spotty rain and snow showers through the afternoon. The air above our heads at some point during the day will be cold enough to create snow, but we’ll keep the air near the ground above freezing while that all happens. The fortuitous result is that nothing will stick and roads will remain just wet.
Hopefully they will dry out before we do drop below freezing in the evening and then down to the mid 20s Wednesday morning. Wednesday will be fairly cloudy with some afternoon flurries. Highs will be in the mid 30s so little if any will stick then also. Then another warm-up begins. Sun returns Thursday and Friday with afternoon highs respectfully near 40 and 50. Saturday likely is the warmest day of the next week with highs in the low to perhaps for some mid 50s. Unfortunately rain also returns then. More rain will fall at times Sunday as well, although the amount and timing of the rain this coming weekend is still uncertain. Sunday also starts another cool-down with temperatures in the 40s. We dry out next Monday but some colder air will be back with highs in the 30s.
Today's Record Temperatures