A bit of a lingering breeze keeps us chilled today. But tomorrow we could approach 60 again.
Winds remain gusty through the afternoon but should slacken by tonight.
The word of the day is wind, with gusts near 45 mph.
Winds will really pick up by tomorrow morning, with some scattered power outages likely.
Any showers today may be fairly hit-or-miss, and mainly north and west. The best chance comes overnight as the front passes through.
Our weather remains rather changeable from day-to-day through the weekend.
The method can create a proxy for what radar would be showing.
It's interesting to see our star wax and wane in brightness — a rather dramatic change in its appearance.
Last week's Arctic blast produced an interesting phenomenon off the coast of New Jersey.
Sunny today, and cloudier into the weekend. A cold front passing on Saturday night is the main weather of note ahead.