Thursday is a frosty morning with sunshine. Winds shift from the west-southwest helping us warm up a little, but many will find the upper 40s and low 50s for highs still chilly. Winds will let up some so wind chills won’t be much of a problem.
Tonight with clear skies, temps fall back quickly after sunset into the mid 40s, 30s by 9pm. We’ll work our way into the mid and upper 20s for a frosty night. The frost/freeze program for the growing season by the National Weather Service has officially ended so we will no longer have frost or freeze watches/warnings issued this year. However, for those still nursing plants along, remember to protect them or bring them inside.
Friday is a sunny day as south winds continue to help us shake the frosty air. 30s in the morning will push into the mid 50s by the afternoon. In the sunshine, it’ll feel nice but the shade will be chilly.
Saturday a northern system throws a few high level clouds our way, but for now we look dry as we enjoy a near average day. Temps are cool in the morning but warm up into the low 60s by the afternoon. Saturday night, remember to turn clocks back 1 hour before going to bed as time change occurs at 2am Sunday morning (late Saturday night)
Sunday we look to enjoy a mostly dry day with sunshine and a good mix of clouds. A stray sprinkle is possible, but mainly well north of the region. Still, worth checking the radar from time to time just in case. We’re still running “mild” with many reaching the 60s by the afternoon.
Monday starts dry but clouds increase as do the winds. A light breeze will be constant through much of the afternoon. We look to stay dry for the first half, but evening clouds bring showers late through Tuesday morning. Highs manage the 60s before dropping sharply overnight with an approaching cold front.
Tuesday will be a soggy day as a cold front slides through the region. Showers can be expected at times and winds pick up out of the west-southwest 10-15mph. So far, it doesn’t look like a lot of rain, but enough to keep the day damp and cool. Highs struggle into the low 60s for many.
Wednesday is a cooler day overall with temps falling back into the 50s. At least we look to escape winter weather as showers at times are likely. It’ll be a bit breezy at times making the umbrella a little hard to hold, but otherwise, just a soggy November day.
In your extended forecast, another cold front brings the chill back to the region as we once again drop below average. Many will struggle to hit the 40s through the end of next week. Showers during the day will end with a few flurries at night. Black ice issues will also become more of a normal as overnight lows dip back into the 20s. A nail in the coffin for the growing season holdouts.
Sunshine but chilly. Highs in the upper 40s.
Sunshine and warmer. Highs in the mid 50s.
Nice warm up with mostly sunny skies. Highs in the 60s.
Mostly cloudy, stray shower chance north. Highs in the 60s.
Clouds build, some sun. Late sct. showers. Highs in the 60s.
Showers and breezy. Highs in the mid 40s.
Colder, iso. snow showers AM / rain PM. Highs in the 40s.
Sun & clouds, chilly. Highs in the 40s.
Sct. Showers, Breezy. Highs in the 40s.