First Warning Forecast:
Blistering cold air with wind chills in the mid 20s and 30s. Conditions are improving greatly today with sunshine after yesterday's rain event. However, still gusty winds to deal with as the storm system pulls away from the coastline. Stiff northerly winds may assist in tidal flooding... Just be aware of possible minor flooding on roads near tidal waterways and shorelines during high tide today and tomorrow.
Bright and cold again Sunday morning with lows below freezing. Expect highs in the mid/upper 40s and warmer air makes a comeback by Monday afternoon with highs near 50. Rain chances will remain extremely low until late Monday with our best rain likely early Tuesday. Forecast timing for this system is subject to shift slightly between now and Monday.