Overnight Forecast Thursday, March 22, 2019


The rest of the night we will remain rather cloudy with any rain mixing with and then changing over to flurries by the morning. Low temperatures will be similar to what they are now, but it will be quite windy. Wind gusts can get into the 40 mph  range. Tomorrow an area of low pressure will strengthen off of the coast and that bring keep us rather cloudy with snow and rain showers. There will be a slushy coating to an inch along and west of Route 219. Rain will mix with the snow showers in the valley locations. It will be a cold day with our high temperatures in the 40s along and east of I-99, but to the west of that high temperatures will only be in the 30s. On top of it being a chilly it will also be quite windy and that will help to make it feel a good bit colder. As we head into the overnight hours drier air will start to move into the region and this will let the flurries come to an end and the clouds to break. It will still be breezy overnight with our low temperatures falling down into the lower and middle 20s. High pressure will build into the area on Saturday and this will bring us a sunny day as much drier air will be in place over the region. It will still be chilly with our high temperatures in the 40s. Sunday will still feature plenty of sunshine and it will be a bit milder as our high temperatures will be well into the 50s and in the lower 60s in spots. Then as we head into the start of the work week a front will pass through on Monday bringing us plenty of clouds with showers. High temperatures will get to the lower and middle 50s, but then low temperatures will fall into the 20s. We will be chilly for our Tuesday with our high temperatures in the lower and middle 40s, but we will have a mix of clouds and sunshine as another area of high pressure will build in. Wednesday will be a sunny day with our high temperatures in the 40s to around 50. We will turn out milder for our Thursday with high temperatures near 60 under a mix of clouds and sunshine.

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