One last warm day before a weekend cold blast
- Another night of patchy frost
- One last warm day of 50s Thursday
- Late-week front brings showers, wind and cold air
Very little weather to follow locally over the next 24 hours aside from an upper-level disturbance over the south will move east into the Atlantic Ocean tonight. Aside from added clouds across our southern counties, we don’t expect any precipitation.
High pressure continues to hold for Thursday with one last day of warm temperatures Highs likely once again reach the mid to lower 50s in many locations under mostly sunny skies. Lows slip to the upper 20s with frost again early Friday morning.
We’re waiting on a cold front to move east into the region Friday bringing a variety of weather. The front will contain limited moisture with a few scattered rain showers that may mix with snow at times in the higher elevations.
This will usher in colder temperatures Friday with highs only in the mid to upper 40s. Winds will also remain blustery, gusting 25-35 mph.
Weekend temperatures will barely reach the low/mid 30s in the mountains and the low 40s elsewhere. Lingering mountain snow flurries are possible early Saturday but we expect increasing sunshine for much of the weekend.