A shield of clouds will float overhead late this afternoon through this evening, associated with the passage of the latest cold front. An isolated shower can’t be totally ruled out, but significant rain action should not occur. Winds will increase from the northwest later, ushering in another dose of chilly air from the northern latitudes and causing local low temps to fall to around 30° overnight. Bountiful sunshine is in store for Thursday with weakening breezes later in the day, with cool highs only in the 50s. There will be at least two more cold fronts to slide through the region over the next few days. Each one will bring a reinforcement of colder air, followed by a day of warming, but rain chances will remain slim to nil with each frontal passage. The next one on Friday is capable to sparking off brief showers, however, and mostly in the afternoon.
Posted at 2:22 PM, Jan 15, 2014
and last updated 2014-01-15 14:22:00-05
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