On CBS 2, tune in to On the Point with Marcia Kramer at 11:30. Now let’s check the weather with Craig Allen and your First Alert Forecast.
Craig, it is beautiful outside but it may not feel as nice if you’re not properly dressed with jackets and sweaters. The temperatures are only in the 30s with a light breeze from the north-northwest. It feels like December today.
The temperatures will slowly climb as the week progresses, and the next significant chance of rain will be on Friday. Let’s review the weather forecast.
Yesterday, temperatures were in the mid-50s, but today it’s expected to be 46 degrees, which is below the average high of 55 degrees for this time of year. Sunset will be at 4:41 this evening. Today will be mostly sunny with some patchy clouds.
Thicker clouds are located to the south, where there is wet weather along the Mid Atlantic coastline. However, this will not affect us due to the high pressure ridge protecting our area. It will be colder today, but it is the second weekend in a row without any significant rainfall.
Tomorrow will still be chilly with temperatures ranging from 45 to 50 degrees and plenty of sunshine. Monday night and the first part of Tuesday will see some cloudiness, and there is a possibility of a brief shower or sprinkle. The temperatures will then rise, but Tuesday will be windy and gusty, making it feel chilly once again.
The temperatures will continue to climb in the following days. Today’s high will be around 46 degrees with a mix of sun and clouds, and the city will stay above freezing tonight.
The surrounding suburbs will experience temperatures in the 20s and around freezing, leading to a cold and frosty night. Tomorrow will be mostly sunny with temperatures around 50 degrees.
Monday night and Tuesday morning may see a sprinkle, and Tuesday will be gusty with temperatures in the 50s. However, from Wednesday to Friday, temperatures will climb back up to around 60 degrees, but wet weather is expected towards the end of the week.
More weather maps are showing the possibility of rain towards the end of the week, which is a change from the recent dry weather. Thank you for the frost warning for tomorrow morning, every minute counts when taking kids to school!.