By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist / Weather Producer
Morning! It’s cold outside the door, but not nearly as bitter as we started yesterday morning. The temps are about 30 in the city and the 20s in the suburbs. The wind is very light so there is not much of a wind cooling factor.
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Today it will be a few degrees milder with heights reaching the middle to the upper 40s this afternoon for most. Expect partly sunny skies with several high clouds at times.
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By Friday, things are starting to change a bit … temperatures will be in the upper 30s, gradually dropping later in the day. It is windy with gusts up to 30 mph as a system passes well offshore. Then the next Arctic explosion moves in overnight. Waking up Saturday morning, the temps will be in their teens and single digits, and feel below zero again!
Much of the weekend looks dry before attention turns to a potential coastal storm from Sunday night to Monday. It’s still too early for details, though the trend today has been for a mixed bag of rainfall with a more internal storm. Stick around!