Weather Authority: Clearing Skies and Cool Temperatures

  • Weather Authority: Clearing Skies and Cool Temperatures

Weather Authority: Clearing Skies and Cool Temperatures

Any cloud cover this afternoon should fade as the evening goes on, with clear skies expected through the overnight period.

Thursday Night.Partly cloudy. Lows in the mid to upper 40s. The cold front will also drastically drop temperatures across the region.

Tonight: Mostly Cloudy, Rain (70%).

Thursday will have partly sunny skies and milder temperatures approaching 60. However, it will feel even cooler at times when that brisk wind is factored in. Gradually the overcast conditions eroded away and we enjoyed some sunshine late in the day.

The front is expected to stall over the area through early Thursday. The snow should change to rain showers by Sunday afternoon. That ocean breeze, coupled with the proximity of those southern disturbances, probably means more clouds than sun, with highs in the low 50s each day, actually a bit below our early November average. Expect mostly sunny skies tomorrow with warmer highs around 50 degrees. However, brisk northwest and then northerly breezes will bring some unseasonably cool air our way to wrap up the week.

High pressure pushes in from the north by tomorrow morning, finally pushing out the clouds and drizzle. sunshine makes a comeback! This will be the warmest temperature for at least a week, thanks to a series of cold fronts over the next several days.