Public weather briefingFollowing a very light snowfall event this morning and light snow on and off throughout today with temps in the 30s, we may expect a precipitation-free evening with lows dropping to 28. The departure of a cold air mass moving to the east will mean mild days into next week with highs consistently in the low to mid 40s peaking on Saturday with a high of 47. In addition to temperatures well above freezing, mostly-clear to clear conditions are expected to last throughout the forecast duration.
Tonight. Mostly Cloudy with a low around 28.
Thursday. Mostly sunny. High around 40.
Thursday night. Mostly clear with fog developing after midnight. Lows around 25.
Friday. Fog in the morning followed by mostly sunny skies and a hight in the low 40s.
Saturday. Sunny with a high in the upper 40s.
Outlook for Sunday and Monday. Both days are expected to be mostly sunny with highs in the lower 40s. [CONFIDENCE: MEDIUM]
As the short wave trough trailing behind the broad ridge moves in to the area Saturday, vorticity advection is forecasted to drive moderate ascent in the region but there will be inadequate moisture for precipitation.