The leaves are falling fast now! Our region is past peek conditions for fall foliage, and soon there may even be a few snowflakes in the sky as we head into the coldest week so far of the Autumn season. A cold front Sunday delivered a brisk northwesterly wind, and by Tuesday & Wednesday, temperatures will likely only make to around 40 degrees in the afternoon.
First we get a sunny start to the workweek and for Veterans Day for the various parades and commemorations. By the afternoon clouds will move in, and likely a few rain and snow showers in the overnight into Tuesday morning along a more powerful cold front. There won't be any accumulation, but night owls may see a few snow flakes falling from the sky early Tuesday.
Expect dry conditions the rest of the week, as temperatures slowly moderate. The next chance for rain beyond Tuesday morning looks to be on Sunday of next weekend, with scattered rain showers.
Thank you to all veterans for your service to our country.