Today – Plenty of Sunshine High: 61°
Happy Friday! Expect conditions to be pretty nice around our area! Surface high pressure will be keeping us dry with plenty of sunshine this afternoon.
The dry air has officially settled in after a cold front passage a few days ago. Dew points will stay in the upper 20s during lunchtime and afternoon hours. Northwesterly winds will also be a bit breezy in the afternoon with gusts up to 12 mph, then calm once we approach the evening hours.
Tonight will be quiet with temperatures rapidly cooling once the sun sets in the late afternoon. You’ll definitely want to keep the jacket handy for any evening plans.
With clear skies and calm winds – temperatures will drop into the upper 20s and low 30s. We will see a low temperature of 32°. Make sure to protect those plants! There is a Freeze Warning in effect from midnight tonight into Saturday morning at 9:00 am.
Saturday – Sunny & Cool Waking Up: 32° (Brrrr) High: 59°
It will be nice football weather with temperatures slightly cooler than Friday. Dew points continue to stay in the 20s throughout the day.
Surface high pressure along with an upper level ridge will be in full control of our weather for the next few days.
Temperatures will drop to the freezing mark or below overnight on Saturday into Sunday. Another Freeze Warning may be needed for our area on Saturday. We will keep you updated on Twitter.
Sunday – The Sunshine Continues! Waking Up: 32° High: 62°
Temperatures are starting warm up as high pressure slides to the northeast. Dew points will increase into the low 30s in the afternoon.
Extended: We are tracking our next rainmaker (a cold front), which is the big story for next week.The weather pattern will begin to change as a strong upper level trough begins to move eastward. Our rain chance will quickly increase on Monday with isolated showers in the area mainly in the evening.
Temperatures will increase on Tuesday with highs in the upper 60s. It will be muggy on Tuesday and there is a chance for thunderstorms during the afternoon on Tuesday into the evening. We will be watching this system closely for the next couple of days. For now, here is what you can expect for the beginning of next week:
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