A Frost Advisory was in place across most of the state this morning with temps in Mid-Upper 30s for many cities. Thankfully, a southeasterly wind will kick-in later today… and it’ll help temps climb into the upper 60s to near 70° (seasonable). Lots of sunshine can be expected courtesy of High Pressure; so, it’ll be a nice day for outdoor afternoon/early evening activities. Lows tonight…near 40°.
Temps will get even warmer this weekend with Mid 70s expected for both days. However, a weak disturbance could bring some isolated showers late Saturday into early Sunday morning. A better day for rain will be on Monday as a strong storm system moves across our Region. As of now, rain looks likely with early estimates of 1″ – 2″ possible across the Commonwealth….stay tuned. Regardless, ANY rain we get will be welcomed since most of the state still suffers from a drought. It’ll also be very windy on Monday.
In the wake of the front, it’ll get cooler with a return to 60s for highs by Tuesday.