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7:00 AM | Powerful cold front rips through late tomorrow with heavy rain, gusty winds and possible strong thunderstorm

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Fog early; otherwise, mostly cloudy skies, milder, highs in the low 50's


Mostly cloudy, light rain or drizzle with some patchy fog developing, mild, lows near 40 degrees


Mostly cloudy, unseasonably warm, maybe a shower or two early then occasional showers developing during the late afternoon hours, some of the rain can be heavy, possibly a thunderstorm, gusty winds, near 60

Wednesday Night

Mostly cloudy, gusty winds, showers during the evening hours which can be heavy at times, possibly a thunderstorm, turning colder late, upper 30’s


Becoming mostly sunny, breezy, colder, highs in the low 40's early in the day


Partly sunny, even colder, flurries possible, low 30's


Sun early, clouds late, cold, low 30's; some snow possible at night


Partly sunny, breezy, cold, mid 30's


A warm front worked its way through the region late yesterday and the milder air will be quite noticeable around here today and tomorrow. The warm up will be brief, however, as a powerful cold front will smash through this air mass late tomorrow bringing with it heavy showers, possible thunderstorms and gusty winds. Temperatures will be colder on Thursday and then they’ll take another step down on Friday following the passage of a secondary cold front. Cold weather will continue through the weekend and a low pressure area could bring us some snow on Saturday night.