Sunnier Skies Sunday with Seasonable Temperatures -Derek Sibley
After somewhat of a cloudy start to the weekend, will see much sunnier conditions for Sunday. Temperatures will be seasonable Sunday, but a warm up is coming next week!
The weak low-pressure system that gave us the cloud cover today, is causing widespread snow over Michigan, parts of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. As this system continue to exit our area and high pressure moves in from the west, skies will clear across our area tonight and continue into tomorrow.
8 To 8 Forecast
Skies will turn mostly clear later tonight. Low temperatures will reach the low to mid 20s. It could be a little chilly though with a northwest wind between 10-20 mph during the night.
It will be much sunnier tomorrow! High temperatures will be seasonable for this time of year as highs will approach the upper 30s.
Next 8 Days
A weak disturbance from Canada, could bring a slight chance of a rain/snow mix Sunday night into early Monday morning. Otherwise, it will be a cloudy start to the new week. High temperatures next week will be unseasonably warm with highs in the 40s. As of now, Wednesday and Thursday appear to be the warmest with forecast highs in the upper 40s to low 50s!
Have a great rest of the weekend!
Meteorologist Derek Sibley
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