Today's Forecast

Spring-like warmth again today before the threat of some strong evening storms…

Yesterday, the warm air surged into the region and pushed temperatures well into the 60s and even 70s, although no records were broken. I think today will feature similar warmth with some added cloud cover and a bit of southerly breeze. A strong cold front will bring the potential for some strong, possibly even severe, storms later tonight, mostly after the evening rush and up through midnight. Keep that in mind if you have plans tonight.

Temperatures will drop through the first half of the morning Thursday before leveling off in the 40s. A stiff wind out of the NW will add a chill under a partly cloudy sky. A reinforcing shot of colder air arrive early Friday along with a fast clipper that could put down a coating of snow in the early morning. What a weather week - enjoy the ride!

Today: Partial Sun, Breezy & Very Warm
Highs: 67°-73°
Wind: S 15-20 mph

Overnight: Showers and T-Storms, Some Severe, Gusty & Cooling
Lows: 43°-51°
Wind: S 2-5 mph

Tomorrow: Clouds Break for Some Sun, Windy and Colder
Highs: 42°-48°
Wind: WNW 15-25+ mph

Friday: AM Snow Shower, Mix Clouds and Sun, Even Colder
Highs: Mid 30s

Groundhog Day: Partly Cloudy, Continued Chilly
Highs: Upper 30s

Sunday: Mostly Cloudy, Cool, Flurries Possible
Highs: Near 40°

Yest. High/Low: 69°/41°
Yest. Precipitation: 0.00”
Average high/low: 44°/29°
Record high/low: 77°(2002)/-6°(1873)
Sunrise: 7:16AM | Sunset: 5:28PM