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Weather forecasting and analysis, space and historic events, climate information

7:00 AM | Pleasant again today with windy and mild conditions; warmest weather yet this spring headed our way for Sunday and Monday before another chilly air mass heads south and east from central Canada

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly sunny, windy and becoming quite mild, highs near 70 degrees


Partly cloudy, mild, lows in the lower 50’s


Mostly cloudy, breezy, quite mild, chance for a few showers primarily during the afternoon hours, maybe a thunderstorm or two, near 70

Friday Night

Cloudy, mild, showers likely, maybe a thunderstorm, near 50


Early morning clouds give way to sunshine, breezy, mild, near 70


Mostly sunny, very mild, upper 70’s


Becoming mostly cloudy, still quite mild, chance for rain late in the day and it is likely at night, upper 70’s


Chance for rain early; otherwise, mainly cloudy, breezy and turning cooler, upper 50’s


High pressure will continue to control our weather today and an increasing SW wind will usher in slightly milder air compared to yesterday. A cold frontal system will approach the region on Friday with a few possible during the day, maybe even a thunderstorm, and then a wave of low pressure will ride along the front during Friday night generating more showers in the metro region. Clouds early Saturday will give way to afternoon sunshine and mild conditions. Sunday promises to be a great day with plenty of sunshine and very mild weather with highs approaching the 80 degree mark.

Looking ahead to next week, Monday will another very mild day with highs not far from 80 degrees ahead of a strong cold frontal system. That front will usher in a widespread cold shot for much of the eastern half of the nation by the middle of next week. The leading edge of this next cold shot (i.e., cold front) will likely produce a significant rainfall in the region on Monday night and early Tuesday before the much cooler air reaches the east coast. This expected rainfall on Monday night and early Tuesday could very well eliminate our chances for viewing the total lunar eclipse that is taking place early Tuesday morning. This next shot of cold looks like it will spread all the way down to the Deep South by mid-week. Wednesday and Thursday look to be on the chilly side of normal around here before the weather warms up again in time for Easter weekend.