TODAY: Enjoy this gorgeous weather we have in store for your Wednesday! A strong southerly wind flow gusting as high as 20 mph paired with an abundance of sunshine will help drive temperatures into the upper 40s and lower 50s. It'll be the pick of the week as far as pleasant and mild conditions go!
TONIGHT: It's going to be quite chilly, but not bitterly cold. Winds will calm down and some clouds will move back in making for partly cloudy skies overnight. We'll be waking up to temperatures in the mid 30s Thursday morning. Winds will still be moving, but not nearly as fast as Wednesday's winds.
REST OF THE WEEK: Tomorrow will be another pleasant day with temperatures above normal and primarily dry skies. There is some concern with a cold front sliding down from the north that could create some added cloud cover. Those clouds have the potential of spitting out a few flurries and light showers Thursday afternoon. Most if not all communities will stay dry, but something to look out for just incase. Friday will be cooler after we watch that passing cold front Thursday. However, the main focus heading into the weekend is the potential of snowfall and how much we could see. Current data continues to indicate that a passing low pressure system to our south will generate snow chances for portions of the Tri-State on Friday night, Saturday and early Sunday. Models are still fluctuating when it comes to snowfall totals. When we're talking the lower end of accumulation, we could see an inch or less. The higher end of snowfall totals could be more than 6" in some locations. Please stay patient as we continuously gather more information to give you the most accurate snowfall predictions.