High pressure will be in control through the remainder of the weekend, keeping us sunny, clear, and dry for the next few days. Overnight, temps will hold in the 20s, and widespread frost will be possible early Saturday with clear skies and calm winds present. Highs tomorrow will still be cool for this time of year, but warmer than Friday. Most will top off in the mid 40s to low 50s. Saturday night will be mainly clear and chilly with lows in the 30s.
Sunday will bring abundant sunshine again and slightly more seasonable temperatures in the upper 50s/low 60s. We’ll stay fair through most of Veterans Day, but a cold front will approach our area by Monday night. What looks to start as rain Monday evening will gradually change over to snow as another unseasonably cold Arctic air mass moves in behind this system. While snow amounts do not look impressive at this time, forecast model guidance has been trending at at least an inch or a little more (possibly measurable this time). Regardless of snow amounts, highs on Tuesday will likely be in the 30s, and lows by Tuesday night will fall into the teens, with wind chills approaching or below zero possible into by Wednesday morning of next week. Stay tuned as we continue to track this incoming system.