Published: 4.27.15 5:41am
Good Morning Folks! We are off to another chilly start this morning with temps currently sitting in the upper 30’s – mid 40’s depending upon elevation. Even with mostly sunny skies overhead all day, temps will only be able to rise to the low 50’s – mid 60’s depending upon elevation, as cool NW flow remains steady across the region. It will also feel much drier outside as the bulk of the humidity remains off to our east, making it feel more like fall than spring outside. Overnight into Tuesday we expect clear skies to stick around and eventually winds will calm down to a light breeze, allowing the higher elevation sites to dip into the mid 30’s, possibly allowing patchy frost to form. Elsewhere across the region, temps will dip into the upper 30’s – low 40s, which should be warm enough to preclude any frost from forming.
Tuesday continues this cool weather pattern with another day under mostly sunny skies and temps only rising to the low 50’s – mid 60’s depending upon elevation. Some late day clouds are likely as moisture begins to increase across the region late in the day, in advance of the showers arriving Wednesday. Overnight into Wednesday will bring us mostly cloudy skies by midnight and temps only dipping into the mid – upper 40’s depending upon elevation. A few isolated showers are possible past midnight, however most of the region will remain dry through sunrise.
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