We’ve got nothing but thin wispy cirrus clouds to watch float overhead today. They’re behind a dry cold front that moved through yesterday that continues to pull in colder air. We started in the low and mid 40s but despite lots of sun today, highs won’t get much beyond 60°. A light north wind will keep tapping into the arctic that’s locked to our north. Overnight, most of the clouds are gone, the wind relaxes and temperatures plummet. It’s a perfect recipe for widespread upper 20s and low 30s tomorrow morning; many will likely wake up with frost on the windows and lawns. The “big time” cold will be short lived -- we’ll warm up Wednesday afternoon into the low 60s, upper 60s Thursday and low 70s again by Friday. It does come with a chance at showers, another front will spark a few rain drops Friday night into Saturday but at this point it doesn’t have much wash out potential. Stay tuned!
Be safe and have a great Tuesday!
-Meteorologist Sean Parker