Some of the coldest air the Autumn season expected thru dawn Thursday. Skies will turn partly cloudy and dry. Temperatures will start to moderate a bit by Thursday night and especially Friday and Saturday.
Now thru dawn will be the coldest period of the Autumn season so far. Clear skies and diminishing winds will allow temperatures to tumble to 15-20, especially away from the coast.
OVERNIGHT HOURS THRU 6AM
An increasing southwest wind Thursday afternoon and evening will start the process of getting us back into milder air. After the frigid start in the morning, southwest winds will turn blustery and temperatures will climb into the mid 40s by afternoon and evening. That’s still cooler than normal. Thursday night will not be nearly as cold. We end the week with temperatures, once again, above normal. It will be breezy Friday and highs will climb to 55-60
THURSDAY MORNING: Very cold start early with a blend of clouds and sunshine.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON: Winds increasing by gusts of 25-30 mph by evening. West-southwest winds will keep temperatures well ABOVE freezing on Thursday Night.
FRIDAY FORECAST: Breezy and milder with highs around 55-60