Clouds will dominate today as a weak disturbance moves through. There is a chance of showers during the afternoon.
On Wednesday high pressure will move in from the West. It’ll be bright and mild.
On Thursday a cold front will work through the region in the morning with a spotty showers. Skies will become mostly sunny and a strong Northwest wind will develop.
Arctic high pressure will influence our area on Friday. This will result in sunny but cold readings. Highs will only be near freezing.
A storm will develop over the Ohio Valley on Saturday and move into the Eastern Great Lakes. Normally, this would be a warm storm track with the system to the West, but Arctic high pressure will nose in from Eastern Canada and into the Northeast. This will result in snow developing Saturday. The snow will most likely change to rain along the coast during the day but inland snow or a snow/sleet mixture will continue. A secondary storm will form over our area and move towards Eastern New England. If this secondary storm formed farther South it would keep the cold air in place, but since it will develop later, warmer air will work in from off the Ocean. The potential of an accumulating snow exists on Saturday before the changeover. Once again, this is NOT a classic setup for a snowstorm.
Keep it here for a no hype, no nonsense forecast.
Mostly cloudy. Showers likely during the afternoon. Highs in the mid 40s. Northeast to East winds at 5mph.
Evening showers or drizzle, otherwise mostly cloudy. Lows around 40º in the City, the upper 20s to 30s inland. Light East wind becoming North.
Mostly sunny. Mild. Highs in the lower 50s.
An early morning shower, otherwise mostly sunny. Becoming windy. Highs in the mid to upper 40s. Temperatures will fall during the afternoon.
Sunny. Colder. Highs near freezing.
Snow. The snow will mix with sleet and possibly change to rain, especially along the coast. Highs in the 30s.