Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy. Isolated freezing drizzle possible toward morning. Wind: Light Low: 27-32
Tuesday: Partly sunny. Slight chance of a late rain or snow shower. Wind: SE/S 7-12G15 High: 42-47
Tuesday Night: Slight chance of a few snow showers. Wind: SW->NW 7-12G30 Low: 28-32
An overall mild pattern will continue for a decent portion of this week before some colder weather arrives.
Tonight winds will be light and due to some low level moisture and clouds there is a small chance we could see some isolated freezing drizzle toward morning. Lows drop into the 20s and low 30s.
Tuesday, mostly cloudy skies are expected through the day. A weak disturbance sliding through the northeast could touch off a few late day sprinkles or a shower but we anticipate lots of rain-free time. Highs climb in the 40s.
Most of Wednesday is also dry, but an approaching disturbance will increase clouds and bring a 30% chance of some rain or snow showers overnight into Thursday. Highs stay in the low 40s. Changes arrive behind a cold front overnight. Lows Friday morning will be in the teens. Winds could be an issue Thursday with gusts possibly reaching 40+mph as the atmosphere destabilizes. Some lake effect snow squalls may develop overnight into Friday morning. This needs to be monitored for any potential accumulations.
Friday will be windy and much colder with highs in the 20s. There is a chance of lake effect snow bands could linger early before shutting down. Low pressure will move into the Great Lakes and northeast Saturday and could potentially bring some accumulating snow to the area. This should also be monitored through the week. Highs stay around 30. Sunday and Monday progressively colder air builds in and highs stick around 30 Sunday, but drop to around 20 Monday.