- Warmer today than yesterday
- Warm front moves through early Saturday morning
- Not much rain expected tomorrow
- Wind Advisory in effect for wind gusts of 45 mph
Right now we see high pressure exiting the region and warm front slowly inching its way to our area from the southwest. There is some precip towards New Hampshire/Vermont that will lift north.
After a chilly day yesterday, we warm up a few degrees today to around 50. Tomorrow might touch 70!
As the cold front comes through tomorrow our temps will crash from upper 60s to low 40s. With that comes strong winds. Right now the expectation is for some 45 mph wind gusts in EPA.
Not Much Rain
Cold front may be potent but the heaviest of rain will fall on the western side of the state. We might pick up 0.25″ of rain here.