Thursday's rain from a cold front moving through has pushed East leaving much drier conditions for Friday. Arctic high pressure will build in to the central US and slowly work eastward. Cold air will surge into the area keeping temperatures in the 30s for Friday afternoon. Gusty winds over 30 mph will keep the wind chill in the 20s. Overnight into Saturday morning the winds will relax and temperatures will fall well below freezing into the low 20s. Even teens will possible along the border.
Sunday a disturbance will develop off of the coast and bring more clouds with the slight chance for showers.You can always track the rain on First Alert Live Doppler 15000 or if you have an iPhone or Android make sure you download or app. Temps will return to the low 60s.
Another cold front will move through early in the day on Monday. It will supply another shot of Arctic air for Tuesday and Wednesday. Despite sunny skies highs will only be in the low to mid 30s on Tuesday with lows in the teens and 20s for Tuesday and Wednesday mornings.
Friday: Much colder and windy with mostly sunny skies. Highs-Upper 30s, Chills in the 20s.
Tonight: rain ending with gradual clearing. Cold and windy Lows:Low 30s
Saturday: Frigid morning and chilly afternoon conditions. Mostly to partly sunny skies. Highs-Mid/Upper 40s
Sunday: Few showers otherwise mostly cloudy and warmer. Highs-Low 60s
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