TONIGHT: Clearing skies, increasing winds. Low 26F.
WEDNESDAY: Blustery and colder with midday snow squalls. Watch for limited visibility when traveling. High 35F.
Tonight will be partly cloudy and blustery as conditions try and finally dry out.
Tomorrow will bring a welcome return to some sunshine for the region. High temperatures will be in the mid-30s but it will feel much colder thanks to those blustery winds gusting near 30 mph at times. An arctic front will drop into the region tomorrow and thanks to those winds some snow squalls could develop along the front. Snow squalls create dangerous driving conditions and reduce visibility quickly. Best timing for any snow showers or squalls will be between 10am-4pm. We will continue to monitor tomorrow’s forecast for these and keep you posted. It’s also a good idea to download the abc27 Weather App to track snow squalls on our interactive radar and get “Snow Squall Warnings” right on your phone.
Behind the arctic front, overnight lows Thursday and Friday will be in the teens. The weather appears to quiet down heading into the weekend. There is even a warm-up in the forecast with highs in the 40s Saturday and Sunday and returning to near 50 degrees by early next week.
-Meteorologist Brett Thackara and Eric Finkenbinder