Forecast: Another Cold Snap Looms
Remember that cold snap in mid-November when temperatures had trouble making it much higher than the low 40s? Well, another one is on its way starting Friday. So if you don't like the cold, you better "soak up" today's highs in the upper 40s and tomorrow's highs in the low 50s, before the next blast of chilly air.
Sunny. Upper 40s. High pressure in control, lots of sun and a light breeze from the south. Sounds almost summery. Except for one minor detail -- that highs will probably only climb to the upper 40s.
Tonight, becoming partly cloudy as a cold front gets closer. Lows in the mid 30s downtown, low 30s in the burbs.
Just how cold will our next cold snap be? Keep reading for the forecast through the weekend.
Partly to mostly cloudy. Chance of showers. Low 50s. Highs should reach the low 50s under partly to mostly cloudy skies before a cold front moves through, brining a 30-40% chance of some showers during the afternoon and evening along with occasionally gusty winds.
Thursday night, windy and colder with lows near 30 downtown, 20s in the burbs.
Friday looks to be partly sunny and noticeably colder with highs only in the upper 30s to near 40, and lows Friday night in the 20s. Confidence: High
Partly to mostly cloudy on Saturday and chilly again -- highs in the upper 30s. Some flurries or snow showers are possible Saturday evening and overnight as lows dip to near 30 downtown, 20s in the burbs. Confidence: Medium
Sunday should be the sunnier day of the weekend. But temperatures remain cold with highs topping out in the upper 30s to low 40s. Confidence: Medium-High
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