TONIGHT: We’ll see some passing clouds in the evening with clear skies overnight as temperature drop near 40 degrees. It’s a much cooler night, but these lows are still unseasonable warm. The breezy wind stays with us, with winds out of the southwest up to 13 mph and gusting as high as 20. You’ll need that jacket for the morning, as wind chills will make it feel more like the low to mid 30s.
TUESDAY: It won’t be as warm but we’ll still be above average as temperatures climb into the upper 40s to near 50. We’ll have abundant sunshine and a windy day with northwesterly winds at 15-20 mph, gusting up to 35 mph at times.
EXTENDED: A second surge of much colder air will move in by Wednesday morning, bringing our temperatures down, closer to January averages. Highs will only reach the upper 30s to near 40 Wednesday, dropping to the low to mid 20s Wednesday night.We’ll stay in the upper 30s again for Thursday. This week looks mostly dry, but a surface low could bring some moisture into our area as it lifts from the south, giving us another chance at a rain & snow mix by Friday. The track of the low is still uncertain, but if it continues to trend north we can expect a wintry mix as we head into the weekend with possibly light snow accumulation Friday night into Saturday morning.
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