Dry, Seasonable Temperatures

The upper level wind flow (see map) will tend to divert cold Canadian air more to the east this weekend. We’ll just catch the very edge of this sometime Saturday.

We’ll move through the weekend with a break from the wild temperature swings of recent weeks. Nights will be seasonably cold; with 20s and 30s. Daytime temperatures will run a bit above average with highs from the upper 50s to mid 60s. A slight cool-down Sunday should be followed by windy and warmer weather Monday.

What about rain? Chances will hover around “zilch” through Monday. Southerly winds may be able to return enough moisture ahead of a Tuesday storm system to bring some rain, but that remains to be seen.

Take Care,

Steve LaNore

Chief Meteorologist




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