Good late Tuesday evening, everyone. This was quite an interesting day, wasn’t it? We started with our high temperatures in the morning followed by a cold front sending everyone back into the chill. We had morning highs pushing into the middle to upper 60s before we spent the afternoon with a northwest wind and temperatures in the 40s. There were some showers around late this morning and into the afternoon, but that was nothing before it spawned severe weather off to our east as the front slipped through. For tonight, we’re going to stay quiet on the radar below…
Even with quiet skies tonight, we’ll have the north breeze lighten up. That will mean a hard freeze for some tonight before we warm back up Wednesday. Thankfully, we’ll see quite a bit more sunshine Wednesday and Thursday before our next system moves in. I have the latest forecast covered for you below…
Don’t forget that Doug has your long-range forecast and latest thoughts on the pattern over at headypattern.com
Have a good night and a great Wednesday!
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