NOVEMBER CHILL SETTLES IN
An upper level trough with plenty of chilly air is settled over the region, bringing clouds this evening. Expect the clouds to stick around through the rest of the weekend. Lows are chilly, but the clouds keep them from getting too cool. Readings fall into the upper 30s to 40 degrees. Also, don’t forget Daylight Saving Time comes to an end tonight, so set the clocks back one hour. Hooray for an extra hour of sleep! Sunday, the trough lifts out of the region and high pressure builds. It’s a fairly cloudy start, but clouds decrease gradually through the day. It’s a breezy and chillier day. Highs only reach the middle to upper 40s. A few lucky spots could touch 50 degrees. Then it’s frigid overnight lows for Sunday! Temperatures fall into the 20s.
SLOWLY WARMING WITH SUNSHINE
The sunshine sticks around for the first half of the week, but temperatures are slow to moderate. Monday there will be some passing clouds, otherwise it’s another chilly day with highs in the middle to upper 40s again. Tuesday the area breaks the 50 degree mark under plenty of sun. Wednesday highs are in the upper 50s.
NEXT SHOWER CHANCE
A cold front approaches the region Thursday. This brings a cloudy day, with some showers likely late in the day and lasting through the night. High temperatures are quite mild despite the clouds, and they reach the lower 60s. The sun returns Friday with temperatures into the lower 50s. Saturday is a repeat with temperatures slightly warmer.
Enjoy the rest of the weekend!