Weather: Rodent ForecastsBy Robert Korty
STAFF METEOROLOGIST -- In spite of the groundhog’s forecast for six more weeks of winter last Saturday, there is still no snow in our immediate future. Even the cold temperatures of earlier this week have moderated back to levels slightly above the climatological average.
Low pressure over the Northern Rockies today will move east into the Great Plains states on Saturday. Meanwhile, high pressure centered over Ontario today will pass over New England and then move offshore by Sunday. Southerly winds on the backside of the high and in advance of the low to our west will advect milder air into the region on Sunday. Rain will overspread the area Sunday; skies will clear and temperatures will cool again on Monday.
Today: Mostly sunny and breezy. High in the lower 40s F (5 to 6 C).
Tonight: Clear. Low in the lower 20s F (-6 to -4 C).
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High near 35 F (2 C).
Sunday: Cloudy with rain developing. High in the middle to upper 40s F (7 to 9 C).
Sunday night: Rain. Low near 40 F (4 C)
Monday: Rain ending early, then clearing and turning colder. High near 40 F (4 C) early.