Today will be cloudy with some rain and snow showers likely, mainly as rain showers in the late afternoon, but some flurries do appear somewhat likely at some point today. I can’t completely rule out a light accumulation, but that is unlikely. Some accumulations up to an inch are possible to the west-northwest, though. Bear in mind today that the overall precipitation chance is increasing from west to east (and especially northwest to southeast).
The high will be around 38 today, with a north wind around 5 mph. The precipitation chance will continue early overnight, before mostly cloudy but dry conditions prevail for the overnight. The low will be around 32, with north winds around 5 mph continuing.
Tomorrow will be partly sunny and 42, with a north wind around 5 mph. Tomorrow night will have decreasing clouds with a low around 25, and a north wind around 5 mph, turning light.
Wednesday warms to around 47 with mostly sunny skies. Thursday will likely start a few degrees above freezing for the first time in a while, and we’ll make a run at 50 after a chance of morning rain showers. Friday resumes the cooler pattern, and we may then see the 50s again and a chance of rain over the weekend.
Have a great day!