The first weekend in November is turning out to be like a mild October pattern, as we get ready to turn the clocks back one hour tonight.
High pressure in the eastern part of the country promoted a mild southwesterly flow, raising afternoon temperatures to a pleasant 66 degrees–nearly 10 degrees above normal.
Tonight be a little cooler, as a weak cold front sags south, turning winds out of the northwest, with morning lows in the low 40s.
Sunday will be partly cloudy and slightly cooler, with afternoon readings topping out in the seasonable upper 50s.
An area of high pressure will slide east, bringing dry weather. Clouds will increase Monday evening, as a weak low passes across the northern Great Lakes with limited moisture. Spotty light showers are possible along a cold front Monday night and early Tuesday.
The weather will turn quite breezy on Wednesday ahead of low pressure developing in the central Plains, along with isolated showers with a warm front lifting north. A few showers will accompany a trailing cold front on Thursday that will usher in much cooler air by the weekend.
- Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low 42
- Sunday: Mix clouds and sun. High 59
- Monday: Partly sunny, breezy, milder. High 66 (40)
- Tuesday: Mainly cloudy, sprinkles. High 63 (55)
- Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, windy, mild, stray shower. High 68 (51)
- Thursday: Few showers, breezy. High 63 (57)
- Friday: Shower early, some clearing, cooler. High 52 (45)
- Saturday: Mostly sunny, crisp. High 48 (34)