REMAINING MILD: It’s another cold start to the region, but Election Day ends on a much milder note. High pressure is still in control, meaning it’s another clear start with light winds. Temperatures are in the upper 20s to middle 30s. Temperatures jump through the morning and the early afternoon hours under plenty of sunshine. There’s some added clouds during the afternoon as the next system approaches, with afternoon highs in the lower to middle 60s. Skies turn mostly cloudy quickly through the evening. The next system brings a few showers overnight. Lows are much milder, with readings in the middle 40s to lower 50s.
A FEW SHOWERS: A few showers are still possible through the morning, but shouldn’t be too widespread. Skies dry out during the afternoon, and the clouds begin to leave later during the day. Highs are in the middle to upper 50s, much closer to what we’d expect of November. 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 are near in the middle 50s Thursday and near 60 degrees on Friday. Both days are breezy.
CHILLY WEEKEND BURST: 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. It’s blustery as well, adding the extra chill in the air. Sunday features plenty of sunshine and some moderation in temperatures. Readings are in the lower to middle 50s, a more typical November chill for the time of year. The sunshine and warming continues for Monday, with highs near 60 degrees.
Have a great Tuesday!