Finally – clearer weather is building into the First Alert Forecast!
Under a partly cloudy sky, temperatures are in the 30s and lower 40s this morning. Patchy, inland, frost is possible through 8 or 9 a.m. Go ahead and glance out the window before walking out to your car at the last minute; some light scraping may be necessary.
Under more sun than we’ve seen in the past few days, the temperature warms into the mid to upper 50s by noon. High temps top-out in the upper 50s at the beaches and low to mid-60s inland between 1:30 and 3 p.m.
This evening is forecast to be chilly as temperatures dip into the 50s around sunset and 40s shortly after the sun goes down. Thursday begins with many communities in the 30s. It’ll be chilly!
A strong cold front arrives this weekend…
A warming trend takes hold heading into the first-half of the weekend as a strong cold front approaches. The temperature warms to near 70° Friday afternoon and into the 70s Saturday afternoon.
Showers and thunderstorms sweep through Saturday night, into Sunday morning just ahead of the front. The risk of severe weather is very low, but a thunderstorm or two cannot be ruled out. Behind the front, much colder and windy weather filters in Sunday and Monday.
Wind chills may dip into the teens Monday morning.
Have a great Wednesday,