Chilly start to the week then some rain


Temperatures will be cooler through the day Monday behind a cold front that pushed through overnight.

10:30 PM

More of the same in our forecast for tomorrow with sunshine and a comfortable afternoon. Temperatures will be beginning to climb gradually from 40s on the Northshore and 50s on the Southshore to upper 70s. Low 80s are, area-wide, highs Wednesday before yet another cold front arrives with rain. Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday look mostly dry ahead a gloomy weekend.

5:30 PM

Our forecast for the upcoming night tonight will be chilly as temperatures continually drop. Anticipate a cold start to tomorrow as Northshore residents wake up in the 40s and Southshore residents wake up in the 50s. Temperatures will be becoming warmer by mid-week ahead of yet another front bringing increasing rain chances Wednesday. We see potential showers lingering on Thanksgiving as well as Black Friday, then the even larger chances next weekend.

11:30 AM

Skies took a little longer to clear on the south shore but the rest of the day will be sunny. Expect a cool afternoon in the upper 60s. Chilly tonight and then much warmer over the next few days.

Still looks like we will see showers Wednesday with a better rain chance over the weekend

7:00 AM

Temperatures will be cooler through the day Monday behind a cold front that pushed through overnight. That front will mean afternoon highs only in the upper 60s to around 70 which is about 10 degrees cooler than yesterday afternoon.

Look for a chilly one tonight as lows drop into the low to mid 40s north by Tuesday morning with low to mid 50s south. A quick warm up for Tuesday though with mid to upper 70s.

The next front approaches on Wednesday and brings quite a few rain chances. Look for scattered showers and storms that day, followed by the chance for a few lingering showers Thursday and Friday.

Right now it looks like better rain chances over the weekend.

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