Reported by Meteorologist Regina Miller
Today we will have a southwesterly wind bringing in unseasonably warm temperatures. In fact we may come close to the record of 67 set back in 1982! By late today or this evening, clouds and showers move in as a cold front approaches. Tonight we will have showers and clouds. Lows will range from the upper 30s in the northwestern parts of the region to the low to mid 40s farther to the southeast. Tomorrow we will have early highs averaging in the mid 40s. There could be a leftover shower early. Otherwise it will be windy and colder for tomorrow afternoon despite some sunshine. There could be some flurries to the north of I-80 for tomorrow. On Thursday we will have plenty of sunshine and seasonable temperatures in the low 40s. An area of high pressure will give us a plenty of sunshine on Thursday with seasonable highs in the lower 40s. The bright weather will not last long as clouds will increase again on Friday with a slow moving storm system bringing the chance for rain for the upcoming weekend.