Evening Forecast Saturday, March 30, 2019


Tonight a cold front will pass through the region. This will bring us times of rain that will mix with and change to some snow along and west of Route 219. It will be windy tonight with our low temperatures ranging from the middle 30s in the west to the middle 40s to the east.

We will have an early high temperature for our Sunday as colder air will continue to filter into the region. Most of us will be in the 30s through the daylight hours and the wind will help it to feel a good bit colder. The showers will be coming to and end, but there can be some flurries to the western part of the area thanks to a northwesterly wind flow. Clouds will also start to break later tomorrow. The clouds will continue to diminish as we head into the overnight hours as high pressure builds in. It will be breezy with our low temperatures dropping to the lower and middle 20s, but some of the cooler spots will drop into the teens. The area of high pressure will bring us plenty of sunshine for our Monday, but it will be a chilly day as our high temperatures will get to the middle and upper 40s. Sunshine will mix with some clouds later Tuesday and high temperatures will reach well into the 40s and the lower 50s. As we head into Wednesday there will be sunshine mixing with clouds, and it will turn out to be a mild day as our high temperatures will get into the middle and upper 50s. As we move into Thursday another system will move toward the region. This will bring us increasing clouds with some showers possible late. Despite the increasing clouds it will turn out to be another mild day with high temperatures in the 50s to around 60. We will be mostly cloudy with showers Friday as that system moves through the area. High temperatures will be similar to Thursday. We will have a few showers to start Saturday, but then the clouds will be breaking for sunshine. High temperatures will be in the middle and upper 50s.

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