Today was a dreary day, with mostly cloudy conditions persisting throughout the day and not expected to leave anytime soon. Light variable winds occurred during the day, with a high of 53 degrees and low of 40 degrees. With midterm season in full swing, it was a perfect day to stay in bed and study!
Chilly conditions and most cloudy coverage will continue throughout the evening. Temperatures will drop to high 40s around 8 p.m. with light northeast winds. The chance of precipitation is only 10% for this evening.
Rain is expected tomorrow, so don’t forget your umbrella at home! The high for tomorrow is 52 degrees, but it will feel like the mid-40s throughout the day. Rain may begin in the morning, with 66% chance of rain occurring at 2 p.m. The rain will be accompanied by light east winds throughout the day.
Rain is expected to continue throughout the night and is expected to accumulate over 0.5 inches. Temperatures will stay around 50 degrees, and heavier winds will shift in at 10-20 mph from the northeast.
Saturday morning will be wet and dreary, but the rain is expected to clear out around late morning. Saturday looks cloudy, with a high of 54 degrees and a low of 47 degrees. Sunday is also cloudy, with a high of 59 degrees and low of 47 degrees. A great weekend to bundle up and be outside, or curl up at home with a good movie and tea!
Caption: A look at today’s surface analysis, curtesy of wpc.ncep.noaa.gov
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