Tonight: Temperatures are expected to stay in the low-50s until around 2 am, when a cold front will move through and cause temperatures to drop to a low of 40. However, those warm temperatures do not come without a price. The low-pressure system that’s bringing us these nice conditions will also bring rain showers, and even the potential for a thunderstorm or two. Some of these thunderstorms could bring heavy gusts, above 30 miles per hour, and heavy rain, which could make driving hazardous, so make sure to stay safe as you travel tonight.
Tomorrow: The cold front that is associated with tonight’s system will pass through during the overnight hours, leading to temperatures in the mid- to upper-40s for Friday morning and afternoon. In return, however, expect mostly sunny skies, so make sure to stay safe and enjoy your Friday.
7-Day Forecast: That sunshine will be temporary, however, as a blast of snow will come in for Saturday, bringing at least two inches of snowfall all throughout the day. Make sure to drive carefully for that day. Thereafter, expect another calm day for Sunday, with partly sunny skies and highs in the low-40s. Finally, Monday and Tuesday will involve highs in the low-50s, with scattered showers possible, before we see highs in the upper-50s for Wednesday and Thursday, along with more rain for those days as well. In other words, after dealing with snow and rain for Saturday, make sure to keep an umbrella with you for next week.
-Weather Forecaster Joseph Williams
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