Patchy drizzle, chilly temperatures expected for Sunday

Patchy drizzle, chilly temperatures expected for Sunday


After some patchy light drizzle/snow flurries early today, we should see the clouds thin out some through the afternoon. But even with some sunshine, temperatures will struggle to get out of the 30s in most areas today.

It will remain mostly clear, dry and chilly overnight as we see temperatures dip down into the 20s, but we start a bit of a thaw as we start the new work week. We will see a mix of sunshine and a few clouds Tuesday and Wednesday as highs actually climb to slightly-above-average levels into the lower 50s.

We should see upper 50s to near 60° temperatures by late week, but a stronger storm system looks poised to move in late week into the weekend. It will remain mild with this storm system, so it will be all rain, but there are some indications that once again some of the rain could be locally heavy. We will keep an eye on how this system develops in the coming days. 

Today: Patchy morning drizzle with a decrease in clouds through the afternoon. High: 40°.

Tonight: Mostly clear and crisp. Low: 28°.

Monday: A mix of sun and clouds. High: 48°.



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