Persistent cloudiness will be slow to break, but that process will become more obvious overnight as drier air works its way into the lower levels of the atmosphere. The evening will remain overcast with a chance for a few light sprinkles, especially near the coast and in eastern counties. Shower chances will be lowered as the cloud bank diminishes by sunrise Friday. Temps will be stable this evening near 50 degrees, then falling into the mid and upper 30s Friday morning with the clearing trend. A lot more sunshine is anticipated for Friday with high pressure overhead and highs in the mid and upper 60s. A strong Arctic front will sweep through on Saturday, producing only scattered clouds, but blustery north winds will limit highs to the 50s and set up a couple of freezing mornings Sunday and Monday.
Posted at 3:29 PM, Feb 14, 2013
and last updated 2013-02-14 15:29:00-05
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