Late Saturday November 9th – Our next system is set to roll in

At least we have a mild Sunday to enjoy beforehand
Late Saturday November 9th – Our next system is set to roll in

Good late Saturday evening, everyone. Our Saturday certainly started out on a cold note as temperatures fell into the upper 30s this morning. With mostly sunny skies and a south and southwest wind to help out, we ended up with a mild afternoon as highs climbed into the lower to middle 60s. We’ll continue to stay quiet tonight with nothing trying to sneak in on the radar below…

With a south wind staying with us through the night and into Sunday morning, we won’t turn so cold to start the day out. Overnight lows will drop into the upper 40s across the region. We’ll get a chance to enjoy another mild day to wrap up the weekend. Once we get into Sunday evening, our attention will turn to incoming rain/snow chances to get the work/school week ahead of us started. Your latest look at the week ahead is right below…

Don’t forget that the long range forecast is down below. Not only does it take us through the rest of month, it covers the early part of next January.

Have a good night and a great Sunday!


Long range forecast through late November:


November 17th – 23rd: Multiple waves this week as we enter a two-week stretch of a lot of weather. Storm system works in with rain chances on Sunday and Monday. Turning colder with rain and snow chances with the next wave on Tuesday and Wednesday. Staying cool, with rain chances by the weekend.

November 24th – 30th: A mild first half of the week. However, turning colder for Thanksgiving and the holiday weekend. Rain chances in on Wednesday, Thanksgiving and Black Friday. However, we could go over to snow by Friday, something to watch.

December 1st – 7th: Mild start but a storm system in on Sunday and Monday. Rain and snow chances and turning colder through the middle of the week. Rain and snow chances back in on Friday and Saturday.

December 8th – 14th: Mainly a cool week with rain chances on Wednesday.

December 15th – 21st: Mild start, but then back to chilly/cold temperatures most of the week. Rain and snow chances Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Another system in with rain or snow chances on Friday and Saturday.

December 22nd – 28th: Mainly a cold week once again. Rain and snow chances on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and the 26th.

December 29th – January4th: A mild start with rain chances on Monday. Dropping temperatures with a cold front and at least slight chances for snow on Wednesday and Thursday. Warming up a big into the weekend.

January 5th – 11th: A mild start to the week with rain chances on Monday and snow chances Tuesday with much colder temperatures. Staying cold the rest of the week.




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