PM Update: Winds Diminish and Calm Prevails
Cooler Saturday with possible light wintry mix late
Winds continue to diminish today, but not before producing some gusts above 30 mph this morning into early afternoon. Compared to yesterday, it is almost calm! Mostly sunny skies have once again helped temperatures rise above normal as highs top out right around 50 in most places. As we drift into evening expect temperatures to fall back through the 40s while winds to continue to slacken to more bearable levels.
Tonight: We see much less wind tonight with temperatures near or below freezing. Skies will be mostly clear early with some more clouds gathering by morning. Lows should drop to around freezing downtown and into the upper 20s in the suburbs. Winds will blow around 5 mph from the north.
Tomorrow (Saturday): After a partly cloudy start, skies trend mostly cloudy on Saturday while a weak disturbance passes by to the south. Highs should reach the mid-to-upper 40s as winds remain light and variable. Overnight Saturday, it is possible we see a brief period of very light rain or snow -- anything that falls should be inconsequential though.
See Camden Walker's forecast into next week.
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