We encountered a very rare May snowfall this morning. As of this writing (just after 6 am) steady flurries are falling, although they will not accumulate. With snow showers changing to rain showers before ending by mid-morning, then a chance of scattered rain showers through the rest of the day, expect a high around 45, with otherwise cloudy skies and a west wind of 5-15 mph, increasing to 15-30 mph by late morning, with peak gusts of over 50 mph possible. This could cause minor damage in spots, with a wind advisory in effect. As a best case scenario, today will be extremely cold, raw, and bitter for this time of year.
Tonight will then feature the potential for a sub-freezing temperature! With decreasing clouds, expect a low around 31, with a west wind 10-20 mph and gusts over 25 mph possible.
For tomorrow, expect mostly sunny skies, with a high around 55, and a west wind at 10-20 mph, with gusts over 30 mph possible. Beyond that, we may break into the low 60s Monday, before two more days in the 50s followed by the possibility of a real improvement in the weather toward Thursday and Friday.
Have a great day!