A cold front cleared our area before the sunrise and leaves us with the breezy northerly wind. Wind speeds will stay breezy until around noon, then drops as it becomes east. Highs will be around 20 degrees cooler than yesterday with the high nearing 59.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear night but low clouds cover increases very quickly in the morning. Temperatures will drop to the 20s and low 30s. East-northeast wind will be steady 8-15mph.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy and colder with highs in the upper 30s and low 40s (still warmer than most of last week). A few showers will be possible especially for our south and eastern counties. Not much expected in amounts of precipitation unfortunately.
EXTENDED: Temperatures will then warm nicely heading into the weekend, then drops guidance bringing colder air to start the month of March. With this next round of colder air there might be some wintry precipitation for a short period of time late Sunday through early Monday morning. Not expecting travel issues with this but make sure to stay updated next few days with any changes.
Have a great rest of your day! -Meteorologist Bobby Johnston