Out of the Ice Box For Now…

Welcome to the first day of February, if you can believe it! Hope you all survived our brief stint in the ice box. The good news is for now at least, we are going to recover our temperatures quite nicely just in time for the weekend.

Set Up:

High pressure anchored over the eastern half of the U.S. will build in over the weekend shifting the winds around to the S to SW aiding in the recovery of our temperatures.

2m Temperature (°F) valid for 1pm on Saturday

Temperatures will make it into the mid 50s for Saturday and then into the low 60s for Sunday. We then enter into an unsettled weather pattern for the start to the workweek with the arrival of a couple fronts. One arrives late Monday and the other arrives around the end of the week. Timing and amount of rain of the second front is uncertain at this time.


Tonight- areas of patchy fog developing late lows in the mid 30s. Otherwise the cloud cover will stick around overnight.

Tomorrow – Mostly sunny skies will dominate during the day with temperatures rising into the mid 50s.

Tomorrow night – A few passing clouds with lows falling back into the low 40s.

Enjoy your weekend!

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