Reported by: Meteorologist Regina Miller
Today there is a Freezing Rain Advisory in effect through 9 a.m. for the areas along and east of the I-99 corridor. Be careful because it may look like rain, but as it lands on surfaces that are below freezing, a thin glaze of ice may form.
For this afternoon, it will be cloudy with light showers, they may be a little heavier by evening. Highs will range from the upper 30s east of the ridges, to the low to mid 40s along the Route 219 corridor and westward.
Tomorrow winds shift directions and will be blowing from the southwest. That will give us a milder day. Highs will be in the low 50s. While there could be a shower or two around at any point, large portions of the day may be rain free.
Sunday will be slightly cooler (in the low to mid 40s). Skies once again will become mostly cloudy with some showers.
Monday will be mild ahead of a strong cold front. We will have a period of rain. Perhaps there could even be a rumble of thunder. Highs ahead of the front will be mild...making it into the low to mid 50s. Behind the front, on Tuesday, there will be leftover rain or snow showers, then it becomes windy and colder. Early highs will top out around 40 with temperatures falling through the day.
Wednesday and Thursday may feature some sunshine, however it will be colder with highs in the upper 30s, then near 40 on Thursday.