EVENING: Mainly clear and mild. Temps in the 60s.
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds and very warm. Low 60.
SATURDAY: Mix of clouds and sun, breezy and very warm. High 74, southerly winds 5-15mph.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy, very warm and breezy. A stray shower in the morning. High 74.
A very warm start to November continues with Friday’s afternoon official high reaching 72 degrees, which is almost 15 degrees warmer than average. We are forecasting temperatures to be extremely warm this weekend, both at night and during the day. Overnight lows remain in the 60s with daytime temperatures nearing record highs in the 70s.
Both Saturday and Sunday will be breezy, too. Steady southerly winds between 5-15mph. We are tracking a front that may bring a few showers Sunday. This front has been trending drier, but I still feel a few spotty showers may occur Sunday morning.
Early next week will stay warm too with a shot at a record high on Monday as temperatures stay in the mid-70s. Tuesday will be cooler but still pleasant for Election Day. East flow will bring more seasonable temperatures by Wednesday but the sun should still win out.
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder