First Alert Forecast: A chilly breeze, rain/snow showers possible out east
It's a much brighter day to close out this weekend. Temps are once again seasonable, topping out in the upper 30s and low 40s this afternoon.
We still have a brisk northerly wind though, so it'll feel closer to the freezing mark at best later on.
The only exception is out east, specifically heading toward the Twin Forks. A strengthening system offshore will continue to bring in more clouds and the risk of a few rain/snow showers at times through tomorrow morning.
Expect mostly clear skies tonight with lows falling into the 20s once again and wind chills in the teens waking up.
As for the holiday tomorrow, it's looking very nice. Winds diminish, sunshine prevails and it'll be a touch milder with highs in the mid 40s.
Our next chance of a few showers comes on Tuesday, but it's not looking impressive. The better bet at steadier rain is on Thursday this week.
Otherwise, it's another above normal week with temps back into the 50s by midweek.
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