The early signals of the cold front are already here, dropping barometric pressure, thanks to an area of low pressure riding along the front, and increased cloud cover that continue to thicken this morning. Scattered showers and some heavier downpours will mark its arrival during the day, it appears our region will miss out on the steadiest rainfall but areas of rain are likely. Increasingly breezy conditions, winds shifting to the NW and dropping temps will mark the frontal passage by this evening. The colder air may trigger some snow squalls and snow showers across the higher elevations overnight into tomorrow AM.
The sun returns on Friday but the warmth will be gone, highs in the 50’s and lows in the 30’s will be the theme for the remainder of the week. As we advised in the previous forecasts, it was always a very brief warmup. We may see another warm up next week, but beyond mid month, the signals continue to point towards a major change in our pattern. One that may send us into the early grips on winter weather, we have been closely monitor this for a few weeks now and it continue to look to be on track. Everyone have a great day, we will have updates on the cold front later today.