Last night’s cold front has brought in a wave of much colder air, giving us the cold air typical of a winter season. A strong high pressure field will bring in sunny skies to bring sunny conditions for your Saturday.
So dust off your winter jackets, mittens, and toboggans as high temperatures will only reach the mid-upper 30’s and lows will sink below freezing into the mid-20’s. Our Sunday will be slightly warmer with highs into the mid 40’s, and lows into the mid 30’s, with increasingly cloudy conditions, which will transition into complete overcast as of Monday. In fact, Monday may seem some rain for the afternoon hours, and perhaps snow will enter the picture for the evening hours. Expect highs into the mid-40’s and lows into the mid-30’s, so don’t expect the snow to stick.
Saturday: Clear and cold: High: 37, Low: 26
Sunday: Increasing clouds for the afternoon, High: 44, Low: 36
Monday: Afternoon rain, evening flurries, High: 46, Low: 35