A strong cold front with some arctic air behind it will push through the area Monday afternoon and produce dangerous wind chills by Tuesday and again on Wednesday morning. There will not be much rain with the front unlike the last one that came in last Friday. Temperatures will approaching the freezing mark on Wednesday morning and tender plants and pets need to be protected.
Monday will be cloudy damp and mild in the morning with periods of drizzle then turning colder during the afternoon with temperatures falling from the 60’s into the 50’s.
Monday night expect it to be windy and cold with periods of drizzle and wind chills dropping into the 20’s.
Tuesday will be windy and cold with decreasing cloudiness and a high of only 49.
Tuesday night will be clear and cold with a low near 32. It will be warmer near the water and even a little colder further inland from the city.