Highs in the low 60s on Sunday will serve as a curious prelude to a cold front that will sweep through the area in the days to follow, with the potential for snow on Tuesday.
According to the National Weather Service, rain will move in Saturday afternoon and linger overnight into Sunday, giving way to showers with a scattered thunderstorm possible during the afternoon. The high on Sunday will be 63, with a breeze southwest wind blowing 13-17 m.p.h.
The thunderstorms Sunday afternoon will usher in a cold front that will send temperatures dipping to 40 degrees for Monday’s high, with wind gusting to 34 m.p.h. under sunny skies, the forecast said. From there, the low will drop to 19 degrees Monday night, the National Weather Service said, only recovering to a high of 36 degrees Tuesday. The forecast calls for a chance of snow Tuesday after 10 a.m., though no forecast of potential accumulations has been released. The snow threat will be over by Tuesday night, with mostly cloudy skies and a low of 25 degrees.
Sun will return Wednesday with a high of 32 degrees and an overnight low of 11. The high on Thursday will be a blustery 23 degrees, though it will be sunny, the forecast said. The frigid temperatures continue Friday with sunny skies, but a high of just 31.