Another unseasonably cold day with lighter winds, temperatures slightly higher Tuesday

Tuesday morning temperatures are in the teens but it will not be nearly as windy as yesterday. Jan. 22, 2019. (Eileen Whelan/ABC7)

We're in for another unseasonably cold day, but it won't feel as bad as yesterday, as our arctic airmass starts to lose its grip. High temperatures will be about 10 degrees higher than yesterday, but we'll still be at or just below freezing for daytime highs. At least the wind will be much lighter, so we won't be dealing with bitter wind chills. Sunshine will fade behind clouds Tuesday afternoon and clouds tonight will keep temperatures from dropping off much tonight. In fact, temperatures will stay fairly steady overnight.

Our next weather maker approaches Wednesday, but with milder air moving in, it will all be rain. Wednesday will be cloudy with temperatures climbing into the mid 40s by the afternoon and rising to the low 50s by bedtime. An approaching cold front will bring the chance for a few showers during the afternoon, but the best chance for rain will arrive after sunset. Rain chances continue Wednesday night through Thursday afternoon with up to an inch of rain possible. Temperatures will fall from the 50s Thursday morning into the 40s by the afternoon.

It will be colder Friday with highs in the upper 30s, but it will be dry to kick start the weekend. This weekend is trending dry and chilly with highs in the upper 30s Saturday and low 40s Sunday.

TUESDAY: Sunny becoming partly to mostly cloudy.

Highs: 30-35

Winds: NW to SSE 5-10 mph

TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy. Not as cold.

Lows: 26-30

Winds: SSE 5-10 mph

WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy and milder. PM showers.

Highs: 46-50

Winds: S 5-10 mph

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