Time to break out the winter coats and gloves if you haven’t already!
High pressure is siting just off shore. This is blocking storms from coming in, but is also pulling down very chilly arctic air. This high pressure is going to stick with us through Thursday. This time of year, that means sunny days will be followed by chilly nights.
We dropped to 34° Tuesday morning, and even under mostly sunny skies highs will still struggle to break out of the 50s today. Tonight will be even cooler, with lows dropping to near 30°. This will be the first freeze of the season. A frost advisory will go into effect at 1 a.m. and continue through 9 a.m.
Wednesday will still be sunny, but cool, highs will stay in the mid to upper 50s.
By Thursday we’ll see the high pressure move on and on-shore flow return, which will bring back in the clouds and slightly warmer air.
The rain will hold off until Friday afternoon as a weak storm moves through. Saturday and most of Sunday is looking dry and partly sunny, but by Sunday night we could see another round of rain.
Meteorologist Melissa Frey