Today (Saturday): We may see more clouds than sun, but there may be moments of sunshine, especially in the mornings. Winds are very strong and peak early. It is out of the northwest 20 to 25 mph, with gusts around 40 mph, then decreasing in the afternoon. High temperatures will be in the low 50s, which is on the cool side for the date. Confidence: Medium High
Tonight: Stars can be seen between the clouds. There should be plenty of moments to watch. Lows will mainly be in the upper 20s and low 30s. Confidence: Medium High
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Tomorrow (Sunday): Clouds thicken around sunrise. Light rain will likely move in during the morning or afternoon. It will be very cold, so some snow or sleet is possible, but temperatures will probably be in the 40s and mid-40s by then. Precipitation may be mainly light and spotty. Confidence: Medium
Tomorrow night: Clouds are hanging heavy, and some rain is possible, especially the farther east you are. There is some uncertainty in its path as the low pressure develops offshore, but it seems likely that most of the precipitation will be to our east. Lows will be in the upper 30s to lower 40s. Confidence: Medium
We are closely monitoring the rapidly strengthening storm at sea Monday. Since it is so far east, it can mean everything here. Regardless, any showers we see will likely be showers, as temperatures will be deep in the 40s and highs near 50. As usual, what we miss in the snow we get in the air. Plan for wind to increase over time. Confidence: Medium
Windy and cold in mid-March tuesday. Sunshine returns, but we can see passing rain or snow showers. High temperatures in the low and mid-40s feel cool, thanks to strong and strong northwesterly winds. Confidence: Medium
On a scale of 0-10, a daily estimate of the likelihood of at least 1 inch of snow over the next week.
1/10 (→): Respecting the coastal storm expected to blow out to sea on Monday, but not really expecting anything from it.