Good Thursday.  We are off to a bitterly cold and blustery start this morning.  Temps are in the upper 20s, and wind chills are in the teens as winds blow from the north at 10-15 mph.  You will need a jacket or two through the day as our afternoon high will only make it to about 43. 

Tonight will be another one to protect the pets and pipes.  We will drop into the mid-20s by Friday morning.  Fortunately, the winds will be light from the north.  As we move through the day our winds will shift and blow from the south.  That will allow temps to warm at least a little with highs near 50 degrees.  Clouds will build in Friday evening into Friday night.

Saturday will start a bit warmer with temps in the mid-30s.  We will be cloudy in the morning, but as we progress through the day we will face increasing rain chances as an area of low pressure moves through.  The high Saturday will reach 47.   Expect rain showers Saturday evening into Saturday night. They will last on and off through the overnight as we drop to 40 by Sunday morning.  Sunday afternoon look a seasonable high of 50 degrees.

Monday will be mostly cloudy, but the rain will have moved on.  Temps Monday will range from 40 in the morning to 47 in the afternoon.

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  • 8am… Mostly Sunny, 27
  • Noon… Mostly Sunny, 36
  • 5pm… Mostly Sunny, 43