One More Mild Night Tonight
A More November-Like Weekend on the Way
Tonight’s Forecast Low: 37/Tomorrow’s Forecast High: 48
Good evening… it was a somewhat breezy and very mild day for November. We can thank south winds ahead of an approaching cool front for the warm up. The good news is this front will pass through the region dry. Unfortunately, it will set the stage for a return to reality for the weekend.
As we head into tonight, look for a mix of clouds and stars as that front passes through the region. The colder air behind this front lags by a couple of hundred miles, so we won’t feel the full effects tonight. In fact, we are looking at a relatively mild night ahead. Look for lows in the lower to middle 30s in the north and the middle and upper 30s in the south. It won’t be quite as windy tonight. Expect northwest winds in the 5 to 10 mph range.
We’ll see another mix of clouds and sun Friday. It will be a bit cooler as highs slip back into the upper 30s to middle 40s in the north and the middle and upper 40s in the south. These readings are still a bit above average for this time of year. Look for northwest winds in the 5 to 15 mph range.
We’ll start to feel that colder air tomorrow night as lows fall into the 20s under a partly cloudy sky.
Look for plenty of sunshine Saturday, but it will feel more like late November as highs fall back into the middle 30s to lower 40s.
Looking ahead… we ‘ll keep an eye on Sunday for the possibility of some light rain or snow showers. The cause is a weak disturbance that will track through the region. Look for highs in the upper 30s to lower 40s.
A dry and seasonably cool day is in store Monday, however, we should see some sunshine. Expect highs in the 30s.
We’ll need to keep an eye on late Monday night and Tuesday. A storm system will likely develop over the Central U.S. then track toward the Great Lakes. This system could bring snow… or a mix of rain and snow to parts of the area during this time. It is a little too early for details, but Thanksgiving travelers will want to keep an eye on the forecast.
Lingering rain and snow chances will continue into Wednesday, before drying out for Thanksgiving Day.
Highs during this time frame will range from the upper 30s to middle 40s.
Have a great night! -WKBT Cory Malles