There has been no significant change in the overall weather pattern, so temperatures this week will continue to run below average, with limited chance for rain with each frontal passage that occurs. The first front arrives tomorrow afternoon with scattered clouds and a brief passing shower, then increasing northwest winds and a surge of cold air from the north that will force morning temps starting Wednesday below freezing in many cases. Tonight, though, will be slightly above average in the low to mid 40s with some increase in cloud cover. Tomorrow’s highs will reach around 60° to the mid 60s before the front causes a late decline in temperatures. Sunshine returns Wednesday, but it will be quite cold with highs that may stay below 50° for some. Major, sustained warming is at least one week away.
Posted at 3:56 PM, Jan 20, 2014
and last updated 2014-01-20 15:56:00-05
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