As our skies clear off, look for some areas to get down into the “hard freeze” territory over the next several days. Morning lows at the airport will likely dip into the upper 30s through Sunday morning (with low 30s and even upper 20s in the colder outlying valleys), while daytime highs will warm into the upper 60s Friday and then to the mid-70s on Saturday. The flow turns back to the north on Sunday, dropping our highs back into the 60s, and dropping Monday morning’s lows to below the freezing mark across the entire region, with several places likely to fall into the mid and even lower 20s. A Freeze Watch has been posted for Sunday night through Monday morning for the entire region as a result. Temperatures will gradually rebound to the low 70s by the middle of next week.
Susie Mason said:
Hi Mike, is there a reason you are no longer including the 7 day forecast graphic in this posting. I really liked it.
Mike Alger said:
Hi Susie… The seven day forecast is part of the blog, and I see it above right now. It is possible you clicked on it while I was in the process of putting it together. During that process there is a brief period of time where the seven day is not present. Try refreshing your browser and it should be there.