2/3 – Jeff Vorick’s “Clear and Breezy” Friday Evening Forecast

Welcome back sunshine! The cold front made it through our area and with it, a drier and colder airmass is moving in. Elevated winds will back off somewhat tonight. Clear skies will remain and temperatures will drop into the 30s. Light northeasterly winds around daybreak will provide for a wind chill factor in the 20s!

Temperatures will make it into the upper 50s tomorrow afternoon. The pattern will begin to moderate through the weekend. Cloud coverage and an overall wind shift overnight Saturday into Sunday will keep temperatures from bottoming out. We will wake up in the 40s Sunday morning, warming into the 60s, with an average of partly cloudy skies.

The next workweek will begin on a warming trend. By the time we reach the middle of next week, afternoon high temperatures in the 70s are on the table. There will be a frontal system worth watching. That being said, there is uncertainty in timing at the moment. Rain chances are from Tuesday through Friday. Right now, the best shot for rain will be Wednesday and Thursday.

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