Breezy and Brisk

Ocean Ave by RGP on Flickr.
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Ocean Ave by RGP on Flickr.

Brrrr, it is colder here than in Fairbanks this morning. A departing storm and an incoming high will combine to keep the temperature down and the wind up today. The high will only reach the mid 30s. Steady 20-25 mph winds mean a wind chill in the teens all day. Despite the sun this will be an uncomfortable day for topless protesting.

The wind should die down tonight as the center of the high pressure system draws near. Lesser breezes will make tomorrow's weather much more tolerable. Look for sunny skies and a high near 40.

Sunday could be messy. A storm that is over Illinois this morning looks like it will pass through southern New England Saturday night and Sunday. If the storm takes that path the city will be on the southern fringes of the system's precipitation belt. Most likely the city will see periods of rain, occasionally mixing with snow, on Sunday. Areas north of the city will see more snow than rain. More clear, cool weather is on tap after the storm passes.

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