Tonight: Little Chilly, Sweater Weather
Brrr! If you have a fire pit, a night like tonight would be perfect for roasting marshmallows.
Get out your sweaters and jackets…temps will fall through the upper 50s by mid-evening.
Before bedtime, be sure to set your clocks back one hour (the official change-over occurs at 2 AM Sunday morning). An extra hour of sleep will be welcome, but keep in mind, the sun will set even earlier.
Our latest poll says most people don’t approve of the earlier sun-down:
We fall back this weekend. It'll be dark before 5 PM, but lighter earlier in the morning. (I'm voting "hate it").
— NashSevereWx (@NashSevereWx) November 4, 2016
Sunday: Can’t Complain About the 70s – Early 47° High 74°
Another day in the middle 70s is on the books for tomorrow. A bike ride sounds appropriate for Sunday afternoon, but bring a light jacket just in case you induce a personal wind chill factor.
A cutoff low over the Four Corners of the U.S. will swing eastward by the middle-end of next week. Right now, it appears to run out of rain by the time it gets to us. Models are differing quite a bit, and the above-average/below-average weather is probably confusing them even more.
If rain enters the picture it would be late Wed. through Saturday. And that’s a very big *if*.
Drought Index Report: Moderate Drought Conditions
No rain is bad news for the drought monitor, but…
Allergy Report: 5-Day Pollen.com Forecast
…at least allergy sufferers are in good shape. Pollen counts are way down!
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