REMAINING MILD: Temperatures drop a bit briefly Monday with high pressure to our north, but it’s still a touch on the mild side. It’s a cold start in the meantime, with patchy areas of frost and temperatures in the 30s. Bundle up before heading outside! The breezes take a break today, and there is plenty of sunshine. Afternoon high temperatures are in the middle 50s to near 60 degrees. Readings fall fast this evening with clear skies and light winds. The overnight period a bit less cold, with numbers in the middle 30s to near 40 degrees. Tuesday is another mild day, and temperatures nudge up a good bit. There’s some added clouds, with afternoon highs in the lower to middle 60s.
SMALL SHOWER CHANCE: We’ll be eyeing the potential for a few showers Wednesday. Chances aren’t too high, so most likely stay dry. However, there are plenty of clouds, and readings fall closer to typical November temperatures. Highs are in the middle to upper 50s under mostly cloudy skies. The sunshine is back for the end of the week, but conditions turn a bit milder once again. Expect plenty of sunshine Thursday, and then mostly cloudy skies Friday as the next system slides in by the afternoon. It goes through dry, meaning little to no shower chances. Highs both days are near 60 degrees.
WEEKEND TURNING CHILLY: Some chiller November air finally slides in the for weekend. The chilliest of the days is Saturday, where temperatures for most don’t touch 50 degrees. Sunday feature plenty of sunshine and some moderation in temperatures. Readings are in the lower to middle 50s, typical November chill for the time of year.
Have a great Monday!