After some cooler temperatures today and then some more unsettled weather for Tuesday and Wednesday, moderating temperatures to near normal with pleasant weather returns late this week. But there is a potential fly in the ointment for a warming trend to continue this weekend as a coastal storm may try to develop. For this weekly outlook, we’ll discuss some technical details and thoughts on the weather through this week and this coming weekend.
After a very chilly start with some record lows set across the region, temperatures today should be a little warmer than Sunday’s high temperatures with slightly warmer mid-level temperatures, deep mixing and more sunshine in the afternoon. High temperatures should rise into the lower to middle 60s for much of the region today. A tight pressure gradient and winds around 40kts on top of a deep mixed layer will also cause west-northwest winds to gust between 30mph and 40mph again today. The west-northwest winds will also keep sea-breezes from developing this afternoon for coastal locations.
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