FIRST WARNING FORECAST
February 25, 2018 07:09 PM
For tonight expect partial clearing with areas of fog developing, some of it locally dense. Temperatures will fall into the upper 20s to 32° by morning. Monday will start with early fog but it will burn off and we'll see partly to mostly sunny skies and highs in the 40s.
Tuesday and Wednesday look to be even better with perhaps some early fog giving way to abundant sunshine. Tuesday's highs will be near 50° and for Wednesday how bout 55°. During Wednesday afternoon skies will cloud up some as a cold front begins to move slowly south from the St. Lawrence Valley region. This front will slide south at night and will be accompanied clouds and the slight chance for a stray sprinkle or flurry.
Then for the end of the week we'll be watching how a coastal storm develops and also what its potential impacts - if any will be on our weather. This system could be a long duration event with THE POTENTIAL for rain and/or snow. Then again it could stay just to our south with only marginal or no effects at all. We'll be watching this one very closely. So please keep this in mind as the forecast for the end of this week is likely to change.
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