There will likely be some bitter cold to contend with this weekend, especially for those with no heat.
Wind Chill values are in the 30s, with a raw breeze Saturday morning. Saturday night through Monday night temperatures fall below freezing in many suburbs, bringing a risk of hypothermia for anyone exposed to the cold for extended periods of time.
A Nor’easter is still showing up on computer models for Wednesday. Based on the current forecasts, the potential impacts are as follows:
- Heavy rain, which could cause localized flooding.
- Coastal flooding with the potential for flooding exacerbated by damage from Sandy. Fortunately tides are expected to be lower than during Sandy.
- Winds could surpass 40 mph, with the strongest winds along the coast.
- A wintry weather mix may occur north and west of the coast.
The storm is still several days away and its track may change.
Below are your forecasts through Thursday.
TODAY: Partly sunny, breezy and cool.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear, breezy and cold.
LOW: 38 (20s some burbs) WIND CHILLS 20s for most
MONDAY: Mostly sunny, breezy and chilly.
TUESDAY: Increasing clouds, cool.
WEDNESDAY: Rain and wind.
THURSDAY: Showers taper off, windy.