An early taste of winter ahead

Sun's back this week with cold temps
Posted at 7:02 AM, Apr 20, 2017

High pressure will start to take over later today, decreasing clouds throughout the Tri-State. This means we'll finally see some rays of sunshine between a few clouds this afternoon.

Temperatures remain cool today, only topping out in the upper 40s. 

Clouds slowly decrease today

High pressure continues to keep the forecast dry on Thursday and we'll have a true mostly sunny forecast for the day. Enjoy the sunshine! Temperatures stay cool near 50 for a high.

A weak, moisture starved cold front will move through our area on Thursday and it will reinforce the colder air. In fact, most of our neighborhoods will start in the mid to upper 20s on Friday morning and only make it to the upper 30s in the afternoon. The good news is that we'll stay dry with this system. But, overnight lows on Friday will drop to the mid 20s. 

Temperatures moderate this weekend. We have some improvement into Saturday, Veterans Day, as temps top-off in the mid to upper 40s. The next chance for rain arrives on Sunday afternoon.


Decreasing clouds
Becoming mostly sunny
High: 49


Fair to clear skies
Even colder
Low: 31


Mostly sunny
Chilly again
High: 50


Clear sky
Very cold
Low: 27

If you don't already have our Storm Shield app, you can download it here.

Sign up for severe weather email and mobile alerts