From Matt Lagor:
We'll have a few peeks of some sunshine today, but overall clouds will win out. A few upper level disturbances will swing through, which may bring a stray shower or two to the area this afternoon, however most of the day will stay dry. Snow showers in the forecast late tonight and early tomorrow morning. Only minor accumulations expected, possibly a dusting to an inch. Skies will start to clear out tomorrow afternoon, but it will be breezy with high pressure moving down from central Canada. Expect a sunny and cool day on Monday with highs in the low 40s and winds out of the north. As high pressure slowly starts to move offshore, winds will shift into the southwest and will finally begin to usher in some warmer weather. Highs on Wednesday and Thursday will be in the mid and upper 50s.
TODAY: More clouds than sun, chance of a spot shower. High:47.
TONIGHT: Chance of snow showers. Low: 28.
SUNDAY: Morning snow showers with clearing skies late in afternoon. High: 39.
MONDAY: Sunny, cool. High: 40.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny, a few degrees warmer. High: 50.
WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny. High: 53.
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy, mild. High: 57.
FRIDAY: Cloudy, rain possible. High: 56.
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