Moving through the night our region will start to transition to a much cooler weather pattern and stay that way for several days. Once the light rain exits, clearing begins and the cold pattern takes over.

The transition comes from the cold air pushing in from the northwest then northeast as the skies remain mostly clear. So, after the clouds overnight dissipate, Sunday is likely to be a much cooler day with highs only reaching the upper 40s to low 50s.

This cold air will be in place until at least next weekend so make sure to have your heaters and homes squared away. The temps overnight will be in the 20s for a few hours each night and that will allow water to freeze up in animal bowls and troughs. Be mindful of your pets and neighbors.

Stay Safe and warm,
John Carroll
Chief Meteorologist