March 6: Cold Snap Continues

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Lots of sunshine out there today, but it’s deceptive — we started off in the 20s, and high temperatures will be about 15°-20° below-average this afternoon:

Clear skies will stick around most of tonight, which means it will be cold again early Thursday:

We’ll see increasing clouds tomorrow, but temperatures will manage to warm up a bit more:

Still around 50° on Friday, with mostly cloudy skies and a pretty good chance of light rain late in the day. The European forecast model’s simulation from 7:00am Friday through 7:00am Saturday shows the light activity, with any wintry stuff staying off to our north:

The weekend forecast has deteriorated a bit. Earlier this week, it was looking like Saturday would be kind of gray, but dry. The latest data is pointing to some patchy light shower activity (I’m thinking more drizzle than actual rain), with cloudy skies and cool temperatures. Heavier rain will move in Saturday night and stick around much of Sunday…back to the European model’s simulation, from 7:00am Saturday through 7:00am Monday:

The wind will shift on Sunday, so we’ll warm up significantly despite the rain. After a few straggling showers early Monday, we’re looking dry through the middle of next week, with near-normal temps:

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