It’s a pretty start to the day, but it’s surely colder compared to yesterday morning.
Temps were in the 30s and 40s kicking off the day! Compared to the 70s yesterday, this cold may have been a shock to the system (see graphic below).
Average High for this time of year is 51°, but it’ll be below that today with highs staying in the 40s. Thankfully, temps won’t stay below average too long. Temps will climb beginning Sunday into the Middle of next week.
It’s not just colder today, but it’ll also be a bit rainy by later this afternoon & evening due to an area of low pressure that’ll slide across our area.
Rain will begin to move in after 1PM, so your morning looks dry.
By Mid-Afternoon, scattered showers will be possible with rain likely by early evening (see graphic below).
Rain will taper-off by 10pm, but showers could linger in spots until around Midnight. Rainfall estimates will be less than a half inch for most areas.
We will dodge the “snow” element of today’s weather system….that’ll stay off to our north.
Parts of the NE could pick up around 8″ of snowfall (mainly in the warning areas shaded in Pink…less for those areas under the advisory).
This system clears our Region by tomorrow. High pressure will move back into our area…leading to a sunny end to the weekend with temps on the rebound. Watch Meteorologist Kristin Ketchell tonight on WAVY NEWS 10 & FOX43. She’ll have your forecast updates.
-Meteorologist Deitra Tate