Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo
There will still be a brisk northerly flow on Thursday. This will give us a good deal of clouds with only a few peeks of sunshine. There will be a couple of flurries and perhaps a snow shower or two across the region but this will cause no travel issues. Friday may start off with some clouds and perhaps a flurry but then clouds will break for some sunshine Friday afternoon. Temperatures will rebound quite nicely Friday afternoon with highs returning into the 40s. A ridge of high pressure will settle over the region for the weekend and give us some gorgeous weather. Saturday will start chilly but sunshine will help to boost temperatures to near 50. Temperatures will boost into the 50s Sunday despite the arrival of some clouds. The next system will bring rain showers back to the region on Monday but it will still be mild with the mercury reaching into the 50s. Rain showers may mix with some snow showers on Tuesday as cooler air makes a return for the middle of next week, but it shouldn't be too cold for this time of the year.