Freezing cold by Friday morning. Chance of light, scattered wintry mix Friday.

Watch out for icy spots Friday morning.
and last updated 2023-03-17 00:21:41-04


  • Lingering moisture freezes tonight as temperatures cool into the 20s
  • Prepare for cold to bitter cold temperatures Friday and Saturday
  • Saturday's wind chills stay in the teens
  • Warming trend begins Sunday, feels like Spring next week


Tonight: Our sky slowly clears overnight as temperatures cool well below freezing. Watch our for black ice. Also, be aware of the gusty winds. Wind Advisory continues until 7 a.m. Friday.
Low: 24°
Wind Chills: 10°-15°
Wind: N-NW 25-35 mph

St. Patrick's Day (Friday): Partly cloudy, cold and breezy. Multiple green layers needed to stay comfy during St. PatriCK's Day Parade. A stray afternoon shower cannot be completely ruled out.
High: 42°, Wind Chill: 25-32°
Wind: NW 15-30 mph

Saturday: Bitterly cold day with very strong winds!
Low: 16° High: 31°
Wind Chill: 5°-18°
Wind: NW 15-25, Gusts 35 mph

Sunday: Mostly sunny, calmer and not as cold during the afternoon, even after one of our coldest mornings.
Low: 14° High: 42°,
Wind: NW to SW 5-10

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