After a cool, damp night last night a few light lingering showers and breezy ridge tops were all that remained of the low pressure system leftover from the weekend. Skies began to clear early this morning as the low pressure system departed the area before dawn. High pressure will build in from the southwest as we get set to start our hump day. Any lingering moisture will be swept away leaving Wednesday dry and sunny with highs in the mid 60s. However, with only a few clouds to provide insulation, a good deal of heat will be lost into the atmosphere after sundown Wednesday night. So look for temps to hover just above freezing tonight. High pressure will stick around allowing temps to quickly recover by mid morning, Thursday. So we’ll see a few peaks of sunshine and highs in the low 60s before another low pressure system provides some upper level instability Thursday evening. Look for increased clouds and a few rain showers late Thursday night/Friday. Warm front associated with this system will keep snow out of the forecast for Thursday. However, a wave of cold air will sweep into the area Friday. Most of the precipitation could fall during the day, so sunshine minimizes the chance of snow. In fact it’s not worth mentioning, so I won’t mention snow! Precipitation Friday will likely be in the form of rain. Still, below freezing temps are in store for Friday night.
Although the nights will remain cool, Saturday is shaping up to worth it. A broad mass of high pressure will move across the Great Lakes & camp out over the northeast givin’ us mostly sunny skies and temps reaching 60. A few clouds will roll in by Sunday. Chance of rain returns Sunday night/Monday next week. Enjoy the rest of the week & stay dry. Full moon arrives this weekend, then next week we’ll put this month to bed. April, here we come!!
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