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Forecast Last Updated at Monday, March 2, 2015 at 1:52PM

Afternoon Clearing and Mild

This afternoon is fairly mild with partial clearing. It will turn cooler tonight and stays rather raw for your Tuesday, along with occasional drizzle or light rain. Steadier rain and a surge of milder air arrives Wednesday, mostly PM, before clearing occurs on Thursday, along with a possible conclusion to the rain as a brief period of snow or wintry mix. Thursday will be much colder before moderation commences by end of of the week.

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Monday

Hi: 53 Lo: 38

Partial afternoon clearing; More drizzle later tonight; NW wind 5-15 mph early, becoming light
Tuesday

Hi: 48 Lo: 46

Cloudy & cooler with spotty light rain & drizzle; Steady or rising temperatures Tuesday night; SE wind 5-10 mph
Wednesday

Hi: 65 Lo: 33

Mostly cloudy & warmer; Steady rain arriving, mostly PM & nighttime; SW wind 5-15 mph & gusty
Thursday

Hi: 35 Lo: 21

Early rain ending as a wintry mix or snow; Clearing PM & colder
Friday

Hi: 44 Lo: 25

Sunny but rather cold

Further Out

Saturday - Plenty of sun; Milder temperatures; High in the mid 50s; Low in the lower 30s
Sunday - Mostly cloudy; Cant' rule out some rain; High in the mid 50s; Low in the upper 30s

Forecast Discussion

A cold front is moving across the area this morning, and will herald a brief period of dry weather this afternoon through early tonight. High pressure that’s wedging-in behind the front tonight and Tuesday will promote cool/raw conditions tonight and Tuesday along with periods of light rain or drizzle after midnight.

Steady or rising temperatures Tuesday night will lead to a mild but rainy Wednesday PM as a strong cold front pushes across the region. Rain could end as a brief period of snow or wintry mix Thursday morning before skies clear and we have a temporary chill-down that will last through Friday.

Thereafter, we embark on a moderating trend that will take us into next weekend. In addition, with high pressure appearing to maintain control for a few days, the weather looks mostly clear and rather nice through Saturday. Moisture returning by late in the weekend could lead to better rain chances by Sunday, however.

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