THIS EVENING: Mostly Clear. Temperatures Drop To Near 50. Winds: Light.
OVERNIGHT: Partly Cloudy. Lo 41. Winds: Calm.
THURSDAY: Increasing Clouds, Breezy. Hi 63. Winds: SE 5-15 mph. Gusts to 25 mph.
Today was another gorgeous November day with highs that pushed into the mid-60s! Tonight will be a cooler night with overnight lows dropping to around 40.
Clouds will increase again tomorrow as the next strong front approaches, but that won’t stop temperatures from reaching the 60s again. It will stay dry during the day, but it won’t be quite as nice. It will also be breezy tomorrow ahead of the front.
Light showers will move in by late-evening Thursday, turning into a steadier rain overnight. A gusty line of heavy showers is then expected to cross very early Friday morning, likely around sunrise before rain exits altogether by 9 or 10am. On average, a half inch to an inch of rain is expected, which is welcome given how dry this month has started. By Friday afternoon, skies will clear and it will be a stellar end to the day with highs around 60 and light winds. A secondary front pushes through Saturday, bringing a few additional light showers and much cooler air with highs by Sunday struggling to reach 50.
By late-Sunday night, an Alberta Clipper will swing through the Ohio Valley, potentially bringing our first wet flakes Monday morning. No impacts are expected but more cool air will be reinforced with highs stuck in the 40s for both Monday and Tuesday and overnight lows in the 30s. It does appear a brief moderating trend will occur toward the middle of next week, but it won’t last long as more cold air looms for the end of the week.
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo