NOWCAST THROUGH LATE MORNING:
Mostly clear and cool.
5am: 34° 6am: 34° 7am: 35° 8am: 38° 9am: 45° 10am: 49° 11am: 52°
STILL UNSEASONABLY WARM:
Our Martin Luther King Jr. Day featured lots of sunshine and temperatures about 15° above normal for mid January! Expect more unseasonably warm readings today with afternoon highs approaching 60°. We’ll start with mostly sunny skies before an increase in clouds late day. A weak disturbance moves in tonight with just a slight chance for a shower. Lows tonight remain mild, staying a few degrees above freezing.
A cold front moves through early Wednesday morning. This takes temperatures down to near seasonal levels for this time of year. Highs fall from near 50 Wednesday into the 40s Thursday and Friday. We look mainly dry through mid to late week.
Temperatures will remain just above average in the mid to upper 40s as we head into the upcoming weekend. Saturday appears dry before a cold front moves in Sunday, bringing with it a chance for rain and snow showers Sunday night into Monday. Afternoon readings fall to near 40 Monday with overnight lows falling into the 20s by late weekend.
Increasing Clouds, Afternoon Sprinkles…High 60, winds SW-6
Chance of Sprinkles, then Partly Cloudy…Low 35, winds W-5
Mostly Sunny and Cooler…High 50, winds NW-10