Patchy Fog Early Friday To A Cold, Windy Sunday
Rain showers will dot the landscape tonight and Friday, but no heavy rain will occur. The current blanket of cloud cover will allow for a milder start Friday morning compared to recent mornings. However, there will also be areas of fog to contend with.
Meanwhile, a large storm that has been strengthening off the coast of California is now moving eastward. At the same time, air that originated over eastern Siberia has crossed into Canada. The arrival of the California storm will be this Saturday, followed by the very cold air lurking to our north. While it may shower anytime Saturday, the main thrust of thunderstorms will be Saturday afternoon and evening. Damaging wind gusts may accompany this front, so be wary of the weather.
A shower may develop in a couple spots Sunday; otherwise the fresh push of cold air combined with limited sun will allow for temperatures to be nearly steady in the 40s, or slowly falling. Factor in the wind, and it will likely feel like the 30s outside!
MLK Day, Monday, will be a brighter day. However, it will remain brisk and cold. Monday and Tuesday mornings will start off in the 20s before somewhat milder weather returns Tuesday afternoon. That will be in advance of another storm around the middle of next week. Stay tuned, stay safe and stay warm!