Saturday, April 28, 2012

Saturday's Forecast

Discussion: An upper level trough over New England and a surface low to the east has been the source of a brisk Northwest flow that will continue to keep temperatures cool into the weekend. The trough will gradually lose its influence as we head into the beginning of next week. A weak clipper system will pass well to our south Saturday night and bring a chance of a passing shower.
Freeze Warning In Effect through 8 am Saturday
SaturdaySat. Night
Sunny early, with increasing cloudiness during the afternoon.
Cool with a high near 58. Breezy with Winds NW 10-15 MPH.

Mostly Cloudy with a chance of some light rain overnight.
Cool with a low near 40. Winds becoming west 5-10 MPH.
SundaySun. Night MondayMon. Night
Partly Cloudy early, becoming Sunny during the day. High 59. Gusty North Winds 10-15 MPH with Gusts to 25MPHClear and Cool. Low 37. Winds North 5-10 MPH, gradually subsiding overnight. Mostly Sunny. High Near 62. Winds Light and Variable.Mostly Clear with Clouds increasing after midnight. Low 45. Southwesterly winds 5-10mph.

Forecaster: Ryan Gallagher

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