High pressure will control our weather tonight into Saturday morning, keeping the area dry. Sky conditions will be partly cloudy tonight, with lows holding between 25-31 across most of the area. Saturday starts off sunny, with clouds increasing by afternoon. Highs will be in the mid 40′s. An upper-level disturbance known as a short wave will arrive by Saturday night, and with it, a few rain & snow showers. If that feature moves quickly enough, it’s possible that some towns could see a rain or snow shower by late in the day. Low temperatures Saturday night will be between 25-32. Sunday, the
much ballyhooed storm coming out of the Gulf states and tracking off the mid-Atlantic coast will remain to our south, in the southern branch of the jet stream. Around here Sunday, we can expect a mix of clouds and sun and average highs in the 40-45 degree range. High pressure building in behind the storm will provide us with mostly sunny and dry weather Monday & Tuesday. Highs Monday will be 37-43, with temperature moderating to the mid-upper 40′s Tuesday.