Thursday, February 27, 2014
The National Weather Service said an Arctic front will cross the Westport area early this evening.
Scattered snow showers, which may be briefly heavy, are expected with the frontal passage. In its wake, 20 to 30 mph westerly winds and gusts of 35 to 45 mph are expected this evening.
The winds will gradually weaken after midnight but not before ushering in a frigid air mass, the Weather Service said.
Temperatures will drop into the teens through this evening, bottoming out in the single digits by daybreak Friday.
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