change can come fast in November and today proved
We started out in the upper 60s this morning, then
saw temperatures tumble into the 30s and 40s this
The cause is a strong area of low pressure movig across
To the north, heavy snow and blizzard conditions are
underway across Minnesota.
To the south.
a transition from early autumn to more winter-like
temperatures on the heels of very strong winds.
We could see a bit of rain and snow or even all snw
later tonight as this system departs, but any accumulations
look less than half an inch.
Temperatures are crashing as we speak.
already in the 30s and 40s.
wind speeds have been gusting between 35 aqnd 45 mph
in the past hour, but we have seen some gusts over
50 mph earlier this afternoon.
This drops wind chills into the teens and 20s to the
These numbers will fall as thre night wears on so
A Wind Advisory remains in effect until Midnight.
Here is today's almanac.
Tomorrow will be a blustery one as temperatures only
make it into the middle 30s.
As we put the maps into motion, look for our storm
system to move away.
This will take the threat of precip with it.
The rest of our Saturday looks windy and cold under
a partly sunny sky.
look for highs in the middle 30s.
We'll see a bit mroe sun Sunday, but it will remain
cool with highs in the 30s.
For tonight, look for a windy and cold night with
scattered rain and snow and snow showers.
Any snow accumulation looks to remian under half an
Winds will gust from the northwest at 20-30 mph with
gusts to 45 mph.
It will partly sunny, windy and cold tomorrow with
highs in the middle 30s.
temperatures will moderate a bit aas we head into
We could see somemroe rain and snow Tuesday into Wednesday.
And at this point, Thanksgiving is looking dry and