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Weekend Weather Cold Days Very Cold Nights
Southern Snow Stays South
The weekend is upon us and for a change we have no rain (or snow) in the forecast. For the first time in months we are going to string together a stretch of days with sunshine though temperatures are likely to be below average through the weekend and much if not all of next week. The satellite loop shows some patchy clouds well to the west and northwest and they aren’t having much success in making it here. To the south some high clouds from a developing storm in the Western Gulf of Mexico are streaming east across the Carolinas and we don’t see much northward progress in this moisture. Radars are quiet locally and will go on hiatus for awhile. Lake effect snows are going on but the activity is weakening as high pressure from the west builds in.
Tonight will be very cold under a clear sky. Lows by morning will be in the teens in many inland areas and in the lower 20s in the warmer urban locations and along the coast. Saturday we will see sunshine with a few clouds in the mix. It will be a nice day but a cold day with highs just in the low to mid 30s. Saturday night looks very cold again with lows in the mid to upper teens inland and low to mid 20s warmer urban centers. Sunday we should see plenty of sunshine with highs in the 30s to near 40.
Next week high pressure migrates to Southeastern Canada being held in by a storm well offshore. This will keep things dry here but it will be on the cold side of average. The first chance for any clouds and precipitation would be Thursday at the earliest as warmer air tries to come eastward. This system looks weak but there looks to be one behind it that will bring warmer temperatures and rain late next week, possibly late Friday into next Saturday. We will focus on that later in the weekend.
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