Spring For Tuesday, Winter By Wednesday

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Updated: 3/10 11:28 pm
Midnight Update:  We will continue to have a few clouds through the early morning hours of Tuesday, with low temperatures around 44 degrees.  Tuesday will be a pleasant day, with mostly sunny skies and a high of 70 degrees (the record is 78 degrees, set in 1990).  The chance for rain will develop Tuesday night, with rain for early Wednesday morning with temperatures in the lower 50s.  Temperatures fall during the day Wednesday, as colder air gets pulled in, with rain turning to light snow, by late Wednesday with temperatures in the 30s.  The cold air continues to move in Wednesday night, with Thursday morning low temperatures falling into the mid-teens!  Thursday may have some icy spots early, with more sunshine developing by Thursday afternoon, with a high of 35 degrees.  Seasonal temperatures return for Friday into Saturday, with highs back in the lower 50s.
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We will have a big temperature swing from Tuesday through late Wednesday. Tuesday will feel like spring with high temperatures near 70 degrees, and the chance for a little wintry mix of rain and snow by Wednesday. Seasonal temperatures return by the end of the week.

TONIGHT: We will have partly cloudy to mostly clear skies tonight, with overnight low temperatures falling to 44 degrees.

TUESDAY: Skies will start off mostly sunny early, with partly sunny skies into the afternoon. Breezy southwesterly winds will help temperatures climb to around 70 degrees Tuesday afternoon.

TUESDAY NIGHT: There will be a chance for a few rain showers developing, with an isolated thunderstorm overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, with low temperatures around 52 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: Our weather will feel more like winter by late Wednesday. Wednesday morning will start off in the 50s with rain possible, with falling temperatures through the day. Temperatures will be in the 30s by Wednesday afternoon, with the chance for a rain-snow mix to snow possible.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Light snow showers will taper off, with only a dusting expected at this time. Any wet or slushy accumulations could become slick by early Thursday morning, as morning low temperatures fall to around 16 degrees.

THURSDAY: Our chilly weather will continue for Thursday, with more sunshine returning by Thursday afternoon, with a high of 35 degrees.

FRIDAY: After a brief midweek cool down, more seasonal temperatures return by Friday, as winds turn out of the south, and help temperatures warm to around 54 degrees by Friday afternoon.

WEEKEND: Temperatures will be in the lower 50s for Saturday, with the chance for a few rain showers, as a cold front moves through. Sunday will be a little cooler, with a high of 48 degrees, with the chance for a little rain or wintry mix.

NEXT WEEK: Temperatures will be in the upper 40s to near 50 degrees for St. Patrick’s Day Monday, with the chance for a little wintry mix. Seasonal temperatures return by next Tuesday, with highs around 54 degrees.


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