Tuesday, January 08, 2013

January 9th, 2013 Forecast

Today's mild finish after a crisp start is part of a general theme of mild weather that will be a part of the region through the weekend and into next week.  Temperatures will average several to over ten degrees above normal for the next several days as high pressure builds aloft in our region.  Milder weather is in store for us tomorrow out ahead of a weak disturbance (yet another one) that passes through with another off and on blanket of high clouds.

With skies generally clear or at least with passing high clouds, temperatures will have a tendency to drop off a fair bit overnight.  Expect lows outside of the city to drop into the mid 20's in the coldest spots while the city and areas along the river, plus the Shore, get to around freezing by daybreak.  Chilled but nothing terrible.

Tomorrow will feature temperatures a couple of degrees milder than today with a mix of clouds and sunshine -- high temperatures will likely top out in the lower and middle 50's through the region, warmest to the south in Delaware.  Winds tonight will be light, a bit breezier tomorrow but nothing that you can't tolerate.