We avoided major frost problems last night as clouds hung around only allowing a handful of communities to get down to the freezing mark. But we aren’t exactly out of the woods yet…skies are in the process of clearing and the air is still cold…thus scattered frost is likely again in the morning.
Sun will greet you early in the morning but warmer air working in aloft will create clouds and they will thicken up through the morning leading to overcast conditions in the afternoon. A warmfront will approach and pass through in the evening…ahead of it a few showers or sprinkles will be possible but along it a few heavier showers or thunderstorms are likely in the evening. The shower threat will be over by midnight as the warmfront moves north and a coldfront slides through. The coldfront will clear the coast by Thursday morning but cooler air will lag pretty far behind the frontal passage and therefore Thursday will be a very warm day with highs close to 80 with low humidity and a nice offshore breeze.
High pressure will try to work in from the west Friday through the weekend…this will lead to generally fair weather conditions and seasonable temps in the 60s at the coast and near 70 inland. There will be another cool pocket of air just east of us over the Canadian Maritimes…this will promote diurnal cumulus cloud development and the possibility of a few sprinkles especially Friday and Saturday but most of the time will be dry.