We are mostly sunny to sunny as of 1 p.m. with mild temperatures in the 41-47 range. It is more like an early March day than mid-January!
Tonight looks colder with some increasing clouds & lows 20-25 with wind chills 8-14 with breezy conditions.
Friday looks breezy to windy with clouds/sun then clearing. A couple/few flurries are possible in the northeastern counties for the early half of the day. Highs will run 26-32 with wind chills 16-23.
Lows of 14-20 are likely Friday night-Saturday morning with diminishing winds.
Saturday should feature increasing clouds, but not much wind. Highs of 28-33 are likely.
Sunday looks to become cloudy with east-southeast wind increasing to 10-20 mph with highs 31-35. Morning lows should run 20-25.
Late Sunday-Sunday night through Monday shows snow to ice to rain to ice to snow.
Minor accumulations of snow & ice are possible early in the system & as the end.
If it tracks far enough south it will be all snow & ice, so that bears watching.
It is a pretty long-duration event with two to three distinct waves of precipitation.
Snow is possible Thursday. Strength of system is unclear & thus amounts. It will need to be watched.
Coldest night/morning of the winter is possible after that.
Much warmer weather will arrive in early February.
Temperatures look to run well-above normal overall February 3-10.
Rainfall looks above to well-above normal.
Some severe risk may get as far north as our area.
Much colder weather with ice & snow risk should occur in mid-February. It is possible that a couple mornings may tie for coldest of the winter.
Late February looks much warmer with a period of temperatures above to well-above normal possible.