Temperatures, for the most part, will be in the lower or middle 50s. Later Wednesday and especially during the night, the main thrust of the precipitation associated with this push of milder air, or that being caused by […]
The latest mild surge of air in the Eastern Region pushed most temperatures well into the 50s Sunday afternoon. And, it looks like we’ll manage to squeeze two more warm days out of this pattern — and, of course, we mean “warm by early-December’s standards.” Assuming the guidance is “on the right track”, most temperatures during each of the next two days will be in the 60s.
While a gusty breeze should be returning to the area today, once it slackens off tonight, it won’t be returning this weekend. However, a good deal of sunshine WILL BE returning, probably each day.
Temperatures that have been quite mild overnight (at least for the third week in October) are going to hold nearly steady for a while before they start to slowly fall this afternoon.
Monday will be fairly sunny, breezy and mild. Highs will be in the lower-70s, just like they were Sunday.
Another beauty of a day! The weather pattern is very stopped up, and we are benefitting.
We will top out close to the average of 61 degrees Wednesday afternoon.
We often talk about extremes with weather, whether it’s big storms, too much rain, too little rain or record temperatures. Monday is quite the opposite. It’s a very average mid-March day.