Tuesday PM November 14th – Mild Temperatures Set to Return

Good Tuesday evening, everyone. It’s been the same story for another day, weather-wise. It was cloudy once again with spots of drizzle and some light showers. Because of all of that, temperatures didn’t really go anywhere today. We started in the lower 50s this morning and only climbed into the upper 50s for afternoon highs. Even though the radar below looks quiet, we’ll have some rain chances picking up overnight…

With another front working in tonight, we’ll have the cloud cover stick around and some scattered drizzle/showers will pick up as we go into Wednesday morning…

With the clouds and the drizzle/showers, temperatures won’t drop off much by Wednesday morning. We’ll only have overnight lows drop into the middle 50s…

Thankfully, we change things up by Wednesday afternoon. Look below…

The front will carry most, if not all, of the cloud cover out of here by the afternoon. Even though we’ll have a north breeze kicking in behind the front, the returning sun should allow us to at least get to 60° for your Wednesday afternoon…

With skies staying mostly clear to start Wednesday evening out, we’ll see temperatures turn cold. Even with a few clouds sneaking back in by Thursday morning, we’ll see overnight lows drop into the middle 30s…

After a cold start Thursday morning, we’ll thankfully keep skies partly sunny all day and we’ll see afternoon highs return to the lower 60s. To get the coming weekend started, we’ll have another system set to work on in. You can see that system planning on bringing in a warm front by Friday morning below…

Even though skies turn mostly cloudy again, we should see temperatures warm into the middle to upper 60s ahead of that approaching cold front. On the flip side of the coin, we’ll have enough moisture in place to bring some drizzle or light showers back into the mix during the day…

Once the front clears out, we’ll keep things quiet for Saturday and Sunday. It’ll also be brighter for a change with partly to mostly sunny skies expected. It will be chilly with highs ranging between the lower to middle 50s, but we’ll see the 60s return early next week.

Don’t forget that Doug has your long range forecast and a look at the winter over at headypattern.com

Have a good night and a great Wednesday!

Nick

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