A Canadian High has a grip on our weather, and it’s filtering in MUCH COLDER air! Temps are in the teens to start the day with many cities having to deal with Wind Chill Values in the single digits. There are also reports of very light snow or flurries this AM, but that will end by Mid-Morning. Expect afternoon sunshine for this Valentine’s Day, and highs that will hover around 30 degrees. Tonight, the winds relax and skies will be clear. This is ideal for another frigid night with lows falling back into the TEENS through Saturday morning. Thankfully, the wind will be lighter overnight…so it should “feel” closer to the actual temps.
The winds will turn from the North to the South for Saturday. Although the morning will be very cold, the southerly wind will help in a nice temperature rebound! Highs will reach around 50 degrees by Saturday afternoon, and we’ll get to enjoy more 50s on Sunday afternoon.
Rain isn’t a factor for your weekend, but rain chances do return by early next week. The most likely chance for rain will be Tuesday as a cold front crosses the Region. Ahead of the front, highs will reach the low 60s to start the week. Behind the front, highs return to the 40s …starting Wednesday.