It was a chilly morning…starting with 20s & 30s. Thankfully, the wind was light and didn’t add an extra bite to the air .
Today, we’ll sit between an area of low pressure to our NE that’ll bring snow to New England…and High pressure to our West.
There will be an upper level disturbance that’ll slide by tonight, and there could be enough moisture for it to squeeze out a LITTLE rain. Timing will be after 5PM; so, your day looks pleasant.
Temps will hover near or just below Average through Saturday.
Sunday, expect an area of low pressure to slide into our Region…enhancing our rain chances.
The low will cross right over us, then it’ll move NE. On the back side of that system, colder air will quickly rush in. So, there is a chance for a brief switch to a wintry mix on Monday. As for now, accumulations aren’t looking likely. Stay tuned as we continue to watch the track of the low and fine tune our forecast.
-Meteorologist Deitra Tate