Update: We'll see clear skies tonight with lows in the teens. Warmer weather is on the way for Sunday. Under sun and clouds, highs will warm into the 40s. Rain arrives late Sunday and Monday.
Another winter storm will impact areas to our west Sunday into Monday with blizzard conditions. For us, we'll be on the warm side. Expect rain late Sunday into Monday, with light snow likely Monday afternoon as colder air works in.
Update: Temperatures bottomed out in the upper teens and lower 20s this morning. Expect more sunshine through the day but temps will struggle to warm much. Light north winds will keep us in the 20s today. Don't let the sunshine fool you, you'll need the coat today! Tomorrow, not so much. We'll get into the 40s Sunday afternoon.
North winds wrapping around the blizzard in the northeast will keep us on the chilly side today. Temperatures will hover in the middle 20s despite the increasing sunshine. Eventually we'll get the warmer air but until then, keep the coats and extra layers nearby. Wind chills this morning are in the teens and will hold there through the day.
Tonight, under a clear sky we'll stay cold with lows in the teens but warmer air is just around the corner. Put those heavy winter coats back in the closet Sunday as temps jump into the 40s! Sunday will be the pick day of the weekend with bright sunshine and mild temps. Late in the day, clouds will thicken bringing our next chance for rain. Early Monday morning, as we head back into the work-week, we'll be tracking widespread rain. Plan on a wet start to the week.
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