Mostly clear skies will continue through the evening hours with temperatures in the 40s. Clouds will increase overnight beginning around midnight with morning lows in the upper 20s to low 30s.  

Sunday will be partly sunny to mostly cloudy with highs around 50. Cloud cover will be more significant from the morning through the afternoon with clouds decreasing in the evening hours. The low into Monday morning will be in the low 30s.

Monday will be pleasant with warmer temperatures in the mid-50s. Cloud cover will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy. Try to enjoy the day as big changes will be happening with a blast of cold arctic air Tuesday through Thursday.

On Tuesday morning, a cold front moves into our area. The high for Tuesday will occur around midnight with temperatures mostly dropping through the day. There may be a slight increase in temperatures in the late afternoon for a secondary high in the low 30s, but overall, Tuesday will be a cold day with temperatures falling.

Precipitation will start in the morning hours as rain around 2-4AM and then transition over to sleet and snow as the temperatures continue to cool. The timing for snow should be about 7AM to 1PM as the front moves across our area from the west to east. As of now, snow accumulations are forecasted at 0.5-1.5" in the valley to 1.5-3" in the higher elevations. For winter precipitation, this can and likely will change over the next couple of days, so please stay tuned. We will continue to update the forecast.

Even if you do not receive much snow, any precipitation can cause problems on the roads with temperatures falling on Tuesday and slick spots developing.

Behind the front will be much colder arctic air, so for Wednesday and Thursday, temperatures will be cold with highs in the mid-30s and lows in the mid to upper teens. Both days will be dry with mostly sunny skies.

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TONIGHT:

  • 6PM... Mostly Clear, Sunset at 6:03PM EST, 45
  • 9PM... Mostly Clear, 40
  • MIDNIGHT... Partly Cloudy, 37