Stubborn clouds and even a few flurries have held on tough through the overnight, allowing for many to wake up to a dusting of snow on the car windshield. However, this is all short lived as high pressure moves in from the west today. By midday, many should see full sunshine as skies dry out.
Despite the sun, not much of a warm up is in store for the second half of the weekend. We should reach close to 50° for the high temperature, a solid 10 degrees below average for late April. We’ll be cold again tonight as the winds stay on the light side and the skies stay clear. In fact, we have a shot at reaching the record low of 25° set in 1984!
As we head into the work week high pressure will still ne in control. Expect continued sunshine and highs near 60 for Monday! In fact, the first couple days of the work week will be rather quiet. It’s not until Wednesday that our next weather maker approaches. We’ll be watching a cold front to our west, which is forecast to bring rain showers on Wednesday and drop the temperatures back into the low 50s come Thursday. High pressure makes a comeback for the start of the weekend though, and we’ll turn pleasantly quiet once more.