It’s a roller coaster of a week in weather as highs PLUNGE into temperatures well below average on Thursday…Calling it an “Arctic Shock” to our systems!
Today we topped out at a bunch of 50′s, but Sikorsky recorded a high in the low 60′s. However, moving forward it is all about the arctic blast headed our way as a cold front sweeps through by the second half of Wednesday.
As for the storm headed our way, the great news is we miss most of the energy and enjoy the dry slot. While the precip type will be mainly rain, my concern is the changeover to flurries (light snow totals) and flash freeze! Get ready for s slick Thursday morning. I think we’ll see trace to about an inch and a half.
Working on the weekend forecast, and I see a quick low moving in from the north–slight threat of flurries–still watching.
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Meteorologist Erika Martin
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds, light variable winds. 32-34
WEDNESDAY : Low moves through, with moderate to heavy rain at times, later in the afternoon .5″-1″ of rain totals. 41-45
THURSDAY: Early AM flurries, with light accumulation north. 37-39
FRIDAY: Freezing start to milder conditions, highs in the 30′s.
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy and with a quick low stopping by. 45-50
SUNDAY: Sun and clouds highs in the mid to upper 40′s.
MONDAY: Clear to partly cloudy skies, cloudier overnight. 35-37
TUESDAY: Partial sunshine, may be unsettled-monitoring. 38-39