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7:15 AM | Cold blast arrives tomorrow accompanied by strong winds and quick drop in temperatures; single digits possible Sunday night/Monday morning

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly cloudy today with leftover showers before noon, mild, near 50 late in the day


An occasional rain shower, some fog, breezy, cool, upper 30’s


Variable clouds with a couple of rain showers possible and then a quick drop in temperatures from the morning highs in the 40's, strong wind gusts of 40-50 mph and a possible snow shower as afternoon temperatures drop to the 30's

Friday night

Partly cloudy, breezy, cold, low 20’s


Partly sunny, cold, mid-to-upper 30’s


Partly sunny, cold, mid-to-upper 20’s; very cold at night


Mostly sunny, cold, low 30’s


Increasing clouds, chilly, upper 30’s


Our rain event will wind down later this morning and temperatures this afternoon will once again reach unseasonably mild levels in the 50’s. An energetic Arctic cold front, however, will bring a quick end to the mild conditions tomorrow and that frontal passage may be somewhat dramatic with rain showers changing to snow showers along with strong wind gusts and a quick drop in temperatures. Once the front clears the coast, winds will gust to 40 mph during the late afternoon and temperatures will hold in the 30’s. This change to cold weather will last right through the upcoming weekend and it could get very cold by Sunday night/Monday morning with temperatures potentially dropping to the single digits. It'll get briefly slightly milder on Tuesday before another strong cold front whips through by mid-week and we'll stay cold for the second half of the week.