Monday, February 24, 2014

Monday's Forecast

Discussion: Precipitation associated with a stationary front just offshore will move out before day break, leaving daytime temperatures on Monday significantly lower than the past few days with fair skies. The colder temperatures will continue into Tuesday with clouds increasing. Wednesday will bring the likely risk of snow as a low pressure system moves up the coast.

MondayMonday Night
High of 34°F. Mostly sunny all day with winds around 15-20 mph, gusting up to 30 mph.Low of about 20°F. Partly cloudy with winds around 15 mph, gusting up to around 25 mph.
TuesdayTuesday Night WednesdayWednesday Night
High of 32°F. Most cloudy with winds around 10 mph, gusting up to around 20 mph. Low around 20°F. Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow developing with winds light around 5 mph. High of 31°F. Snow likely in the morning hours, slowly tapering off through the afternoon and becoming mostly cloudy. Low of 12°F. Mostly clear.

Forecaster: Brian Camarda

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