Our weather has felt cyclical lately: Large storm systems crossing the region over the weekend, with much drier conditions over the week. It’s looking like that’s not going to change that much! We will keep the clouds and showers around the region through tonight, with temperatures generally hanging around the upper 40s. The system will take its time departing the region on Sunday, so we’ll keep in a threat of showers in our forecast for tomorrow.
The system finally advances past the region on Monday. What follows is a period of general tranquility: Highs in the upper 40s and lows in the upper 20s. Expect sunnier skies on Monday through Wednesday as well.
Our eyes will then turn to the next system, moving through next Thursday. We’ll see showers move in Thursday night into Friday. This is a large, dynamic system, and it’s expected to bring a strong cold front passage with it. Friday will see temperatures drop throughout the day, with rain transitioning to snow at some point. It’s too early to speculate on how much snow is possible for now. Instead, just be weary that we could see some flakes fly across the region next weekend, so stay tuned!