Partly cloudy skies return overnight as low temperatures remain near freezing. With light winds, some patchy fog can be expected especially in our northern counties.
An even warmer day is ahead, as cloud cover remains but southerly winds push warmer air into the region. Highs across the region should even climb into the low 50s, more than ten degrees above average for this time of year.
High temperatures look to continue to climb above 50 degrees into Friday, where we may see record-breaking warm temperatures. However, our spring-like feel ends late Friday, as a cold front moves through the region, bringing us back to around normal temperatures for the weekend. As we head into early next week, clouds return with the added chance of rain.
-- Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Noah Gordon
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