Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 10:19 p.m., March 31, 2015
The rain and the wind have moved through the region, and we are left with cooler air moving on in. It will be a cool night, but not cold. Our average low this time of year is 42 degrees and we will be very close to that in the city tomorrow morning. We will see plenty of sunshine tomorrow with cooler temperatures with a bit of a breeze as well. Highs will range from the low 50s to the north to near 60 to the south.
Thursday should be a great day, with more sunshine and highs near 70. The only issue will be very gusty winds out of the southwest at 20 to 30 mph.
Our next storm moves in on Friday. The trend has been for less and less rain during the day and I think we will just see a few showers late Friday afternoon. Could be some thunder too, but nothing strong. We will see strong winds again and highs that could climb into the mid 70s.
Have a great night!
OVERNIGHT: Clearing quickly, winds calming after midnight
Lows: Upper 30s/lower 40s
Wind: NW 5-10 mph
TOMORROW: All sunshine, cooler
Highs: Mid 50s
Wind: NW 5-10 mph
Thursday: BEAUTIFUL! Sunny and mild! On the windy side!
Friday: Clouds increasing quickly through early AM, rain showers, heavy at times, through the late afternoon/evening
Temps: Low to mid-70s
Saturday: AM lingering showers, cooler
High/Low Yesterday: 66º/42º
Normal High/Low: 61º/42º
Record High/Low: 87º(1998) / 21°(1887)
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