Evening Weather Forecast Tuesday, November 14th, 2017

Weather

We’ll still have a good deal of clouds early tonight but then the clouds should break up some later tonight. With breaks in the clouds, temperatures will drop into the 20s which is a bit cooler than last night.

Wednesday will feature both clouds and sunshine and it should be a little milder than Tuesday with highs in the 40s, some places reaching to near 50. An approaching front may bring a shower to a few spots west of Route 219 by the end of the day. This front will move through the region with scattered showers Wednesday night. Behind the front, we’ll still have some sprinkles early Thursday then the rest of the day will be windy and colder with clouds, some sunshine and scattered flurries and snow showers. After morning highs in the lower to middle 40s, temperatures will drop with the flurries and snow showers during the afternoon. It will also be windy which will make it feel that much colder. There can even be a covering of snow in places. We’ll have a bit of a break on Friday as an area of high pressure slips under the area. We’ll have a partly sunny sky and it should turn milder in the afternoon with highs in the lower to middle 50s. A stronger front will move into the area on Saturday. The day will become breezy, if not windy, with variable cloudiness. Some showers, maybe a thunderstorm will move through the region with the front. It will turn much colder behind the front later Saturday into Saturday night with rain showers changing to snow showers. Sunday will be windy and cold with more clouds than sunshine along with scattered flurries and snow showers. Highs will be in the upper 20s to the middle 30s. Monday will still be brisk with clouds and sunshine along with the chance for leftover flurries. Tuesday will be a nicer day with some sunshine and highs near 40. Another push of cold is likely before Thanksgiving giving us a shot of cold for the holiday.

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