Today, temperatures are in the 60s, but we’re bracing for colder weather.
A major cold front that has brought the first widespread outbreak of winter weather to the United States is poised to glide through here this afternoon.
The actual frontal boundary will bring a few scattered showers with it, a wind direction change and much cooler air. The air mass has produced incredible cold in parts of the Rockies and Great Lakes but the air will be “less frigid” when it gets here.
High temperatures today will reach over 60 today one last time, probably for a while, and maybe for several months.
Tomorrow, we will see highs near 45 to 50, and Friday we will struggle to break 40 degrees.
Over the weekend, most of us will see maximum temperatures a degree or two either side of 40. Our “normal” high is around 53 for this time of November.
With the colder than normal air mass in place, we have to watch any disturbances, weak or potent as they could bring us our first snow of the season.
Two chances exist. One is late on Thursday night and another one is late Sunday into Monday morning.
We will be looking onto the possibility of some small accumulations because of this set-up.
Another invasion of even colder air is possible next week.