From Storm Search 7 Chief Meteorologist Steve Kersh -
TONIGHT - Increasing Cloudiness, Windy & Cold
Wind: SE 20-30 mph and gusty throughout the night.
FRIDAY- Cloudy, Cold & Windy w/ W. Scat'd Showers & T-Storms In The Afternoon!
Wind: SE 20-30 mph & gusty!
FRIDAY NIGHT- Cloudy & Cool w/ Scattered Showers & T-Storms
Wind: SE 20-30 mph & gusty PM/ SE 10-20 mph AM
SATURDAY - Cloudy & Unseasonably Cool With Scattered Showers
Wind: SE 10-20 mph AM / NE 15-25 mph and gusty PM
EXTENDED FORECAST - Skies will clear out during the morning hours on Sunday and the afternoon sunshine will allow our high temperatures to rise to the upper 60s to around 70. We will start off the new work and school-week on Monday with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies and highs rising to the lower and mid 70s. Another cold front will blow through (literally) on Tuesday causing strong winds from the northeast in the afternoon at 20-30 mph and dropping our highs back to around 70 degrees. A trailing upper-level disturbance Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning may bring us a few isolated showers early Wednesday. It will also keep our skies cloudy until Wednesday afternoon with some clearing expected. Highs will rise to the lower 60s on Wednesday, but rebound nicely underneath abundant sunshine on Thursday to highs in the lower 70s.
Today's Record Temperatures