EVENING: Clearing skies, winds decrease. Temps in the lower 30s.
TONIGHT: Mainly clear and colder, low 25.
THURSDAY: Partly Cloudy, Breezy, Mild. Hi 45. Winds: SW 5-15 mph.
Clearing skies and weakening winds will allow our temperatures to dip into the lower 20s. Thursday and Friday will not be as windy, but we still need to plan for a northwesterly breeze around 10mph.
Winds increase to start the weekend to send another round of colder air into the state. Highs for Saturday and Sunday will remain in the 30s with northerly winds between 10-20mph for Saturday.
Our weather team is watching a developing storm for Monday and Tuesday of next week. Most model guidance suggests this storm will bring a mix bag of snow, sleet and rain which could lead to a layer of slush by late Monday into Tuesday. We’ll continue to post more updates about this storm so stay tuned.
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder