Clearing skies tonight, colder and blustery Friday


Chilly this weekend, but remaining dry...

EVENING: Light showers, mild and breezy. Temps in the 50s and 60s.

TONIGHT: Clearing skies, becoming blustery and colder. Low 36, northwest winds 10-15mph.

FRIDAY: Blustery and chilly. Northwest winds 10-20mph, high 46.

Thursday afternoon reach 72 degrees which was only 4 degrees shy from tying the record high! Showers this evening will produce less than a tenth of an inch for most of us before exiting by 9pm. Colder and blustery conditions develop in the wake of the showers with clearing skies overnight. Anyone interested in the Partial Lunar Eclipse should have a good view during the early morning hours Friday.

Much of our Friday will be blustery and chilly with a steady northwest breeze between 10-20mph. Temperatures start in the 30s and peak near 46 degrees for the afternoon. Winds decrease Friday evening leading to a calm start to Saturday morning.

Some clouds build in for the second half of Saturday and Sunday looks cloudy and raw. Another front looks to barrel through next Monday, bringing some showers but more importantly much colder air for the middle of next week. At the moment, Thanksgiving is looking mainly dry but seasonable with highs in the lower 50s. Looks like quiet travel weather for our area…we’ll keep you posted!

-Meteorologists Finkenbinder

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