Well what a day plenty of sunshine and temps maxed out at around 46F. Now we are getting ready for another arctic high pressure to slide southward, we are also watching a pocket of moisture that will ride just ahead of this high pressure that could bring a few snow flurries to our region through the overnight hours Thursday.
Thursday: Partly cloudy early becoming mostly cloudy late, with a slight chance of seeing a few snow flakes overnight, high temps around 45F, low temps near 20F, winds from the Northeast 22-27mph will create wind chill values near 0F.
Friday: Partly cloudy and very cold with high temps in the upper 30's, while low temps fall to around 25F, along with moderate northeast winds of 12mph.
Saturday: Partly cloudy skies with high temps around 50F, low temps in the upper 30's.
Extended Forecast: Watching yet another strong push of Arctic air to arrive early next week.
Enjoy the weather