Tonight: The storm system has away to the South this evening. Tonight we will see mostly clear skies and overnight lows in the mid to low 20s. We will also see some Freezing Fog that could make roads slick around dawn. Take caution on area roads in the early morning hours.
Wednesday: We will start out with mostly clear skies and patchy freezing fog with temperatures well below freezing. The Fog and Ice will burn off and melt around 10 AM. In the afternoon high pressure will keep building into the region keeping the skies clear but helping to keep pumping cold arctic air into the region. Highs will only be in the upper 30s to low 40s. Thanks to strong off-shore flow we will see highs on the coast only in the mid 40s under sunny skies.
Late Week: High pressure will keep the weekend mostly clear but very cold with highs only in the low 40s and overnight lows in the low 20s. With breezy conditions we will see wind chills in the teens to single digits during the nights and in the low 30s during the day. Next storm system moves into the region on Tuesday as the high pressure starts to break down.
Today's Record Temperatures