By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer
Good Saturday morning!
We’ll be waking up to mostly clear skies today. After overnight lows in the upper 20s, you can look forward to slightly warmer temps than we saw on Friday… expect an afternoon high in the low 40s.
Winds won’t be as strong, but you’ll still want to bundle up as wind chills will make it feel like 20-30 at times. Hey, better than the teens, right?
Expect mostly sunny skies for your Saturday.
A slight chance of rain moves into the picture for late tonight and overnight, but any precip should move out early, leaving a mix of sun and clouds for during the day on Sunday. Temps take another jump, topping out in the low to mid 50s.
Rain is likely for Sunday night into Monday as a warm front crosses the area. You’ll definitely want your umbrella for the Monday morning commute. Despite the rain, we’ll see our warmest day yet… high temps will soar into the upper 60s, and it’s very likely some spots will break 70!
This taste of spring won’t last however, as a cold front will move through Monday night into Tuesday. Keep the winter coat handy, as temps are headed back downhill after that. Be sure to stay tuned for more on that and the all important Thanksgiving forecast.
Have a good one!
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