Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo
Today was a blustery and cool day for this time of the year with a stiff northwesterly flow and clouds that were stubborn to clear. The clouds will continue to decrease this evening and later tonight will become mainly clear with lighter winds. Lows will be in the lower 30s with some spots dropping into the 20s. Thursday will start chilly then the rest of the day will be sunny to partly cloudy with a milder afternoon with highs in the lower 60s. The next front will continue to press into the region on Friday bringing another round of showers and thunderstorms. This front will stay close enough to bring the chance for showers on Saturday. With the front close by, a shower can not be ruled out either on Sunday. An upper level low pressure will stall close to the area early next week. Depending on the position of this low, we could be locked in a very cool and unsettled pattern with periods of rain Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. There is still a chance that the system will stall far enough from the area for the weather to be better, but at this point, that looks unlikely. Though we'll have a better feel on that in the days ahead.
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