THE 411 FOR THE 413: BLACK ICE PATCHES POSSIBLE THIS MORNING, SEASONABLY COLD TODAY AND TONIGHT, WITH MILDER WEATHER ON THE WAY TO END THE WEEK, SOME SHOWERS EXPECTED WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO THURSDAY, SLEET POSSIBLE IN THE HIGH TERRAIN…
TODAY’S DATE: Tuesday, February 13, 2018
THE SUN WILL RISE AT: 6:49am this morning
THE SUN WILL SET AT: 5:20pm this evening
HIGH TEMPS: Highs should reach into the upper 20s in the Berkshires/hilltowns, and the low 30s in the valley.
LOW TEMPS: Lows should drop into the mid to upper teens region-wide.
WINDS: Light north to northwest winds
OUR MOON (Waning Crescent):
THE MOON WILL RISE AT: 5:27am this morning
THE MOON WILL SET AT: 3:22pm this afternoon
NWS ALERTS: None.
BRIEF DAILY SUMMARY:
Good morning Earthlings, high pressure builds into the region today, tonight and tomorrow with cold temps today and tonight, and milder temps tomorrow. There will be plenty of sunshine both days, and especially today.
After a clear and cold night tonight, we will see clouds increase late as warm air advection works into the region bringing us some showers Wednesday night, with some sleet or freezing rain possible in the high terrain of WMass and S.VT.
We get quite mild on Thursday, but another wave of low pressure will work in overhead Thursday night with more rain showers that could last into Friday morning. We should see high temps rising into the low 50s for Thursday!
Have a great day!