Forecast lows will be near freezing Thursday morning but well below freezing Friday morning. “It will be mostly dry and cloudy, and there may be fog in several areas”, Wagner said. There’s a light breeze at times. Some patchy fog is possible this morning as temperatures cool and the ground remains somewhat humid from yesterday’s rain.
We’ll stay breezy overnight with continued southerly gusts to 35 miles per hour.
Expect mainly clear skies tonight with lows in the mid 40s.
Significant warming arrives at the end of the week.
More warmth is on the way for our Wednesday as a warm front continues to push to our north. Attractive sunny skies along with mild temperatures. Sunrise temperatures on Friday will be around 60° for the Capital City with temperatures climbing into the low to mid 80°s for Friday afternoon. Wednesday will bring more rain, more wind and temperatures in the lower 50s. The clouds will break late in the day at the coast. Temperatures remain well above average for this time of year. Daytime temps in the 40s on Saturday and Sunday won’t feel great, especially coming off 2+ days of 70s and 80s.
The forecasting rodent wasn’t wrong and March was certainly a cold month for much of Canada and the northeastern parts of the United States.
Saturday is a tricky day, with colder air moving in from the north while there is exceedingly warm air over CT and parts of NY. There’s likely showers, perhaps some thunderstorms, later during the day.
Rain chances Friday afternoon should be in the 30-40% range. Temperatures will cool down to the mid 50s.it should be a nice evening to be outside, but you might need a jacket.
Just when we thought spring was here to stay.Old Man Winter returns with a vengeance.