Cold Canadian air continues push into the area from the north behind our latest front. This along with biting northerly winds will usher in some unseasonably cold temperatures for the next couple of days. As warm air aloft overrides the cold air at the surface skies will remain cloudy and light rain or drizzle will develop Friday evening through Sunday night. Temperatures will be back in the 70’s on Monday.
Tonight will be windy and colder with cloudy skies and temperatures dropping into the 40’s
Friday will be cloudy and much colder with raw northerly winds a little drizzle late and wind chills in the 30’s all day and a high of only 45.
Friday night expect it to be rather breezy with drizzle developing very cold with a low of 39 and wind chills near 30.
Saturday not much better with periods of drizzle breezy and cold with cloudy skies and a high of only 48.
It will be milder on Sunday but still cloudy and damp.