An area of high pressure will visit us today with a pleasant air mass. This high moves out tomorrow only to be replaced with another one with colder air.
A strong cold front will push in Thursday with some clouds. It has little moisture to work with, and will likely pass through dry with no showers. This is the leading edge of another Canadian chill from a high pressure system moving in from the north country. This settles in with two cold mornings Friday and Saturday and a chilly Friday afternoon. The weekend will feature a warm up with Sunday's highs in the 70s as this high pressure pushes east and our wind turns around to the south.
TODAY: Sunny. High near 70.
TONIGHT: Clear and chilly. Low near 44.
THURSDAY: Sun and clouds, high near 72.
FRIDAY: Sunny and cooler, near 65.
WEEKEND: Sunshine and warming into the 70s!
Forecast prepared by Meteorologist Nick Morganelli
Early showers to sun
Early shower to sun