Today: Becoming sunny; breezy
Wind: W/NW 15-25 mph
Tonight: Clear early with clouds increasing overnight
Wind: W 5-15 G 20 mph
Another day that starts with areas of fog and clouds. A stray sprinkle or flurry is possible as the front moves through. After the front passes, it'll clear out the clouds and fog and we'll see some sunshine. Temperatures will remain in the low/mid 30s during the morning hours and will start to fall through the day as a cold arctic air mass begins to settle in. Winds will be gusty as they turn to the northwest 15-25 mph.
Tonight we'll see an increase in clouds and with snow still on the ground temperatures will drop into the upper teens.
The cold air locks in place Wednesday through Friday and we'll experience the coldest temperatures since February. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy for Wednesday and Thursday with highs ranging from the upper teens to lower 20s. Lows will fall into the low teens and even single digits by Friday morning in areas with leftover snow on the ground. Wind chills will likely be below zero.
Sun will break out for Friday, but temps will remain chilly in the low/mid 20s. The next system looks to take aim on the area late Saturday night and Sunday bringing some snow, however the long range models still differ on the track and exact timing so that's something we'll continue to watch.
Today's Record Temperatures