- Sunshine returns
- Coldest air of the season blows into town
- Wet and cold close to the weekend
Coldest Air Of The Fall On Deck…High pressure is building in and will dominate our midweek weather, including sunshine and unseasonably cool temperatures. We’ll add a gusty breeze into the mix Thursday afternoon as an early season arctic front approaches. Once that front passes by Thursday night, a much colder air mass will plunge into the region. If your travels take you north Friday, snowbelt regions can expect snow showers and embedded squalls as the early season arctic air helps ignite the lake effect machine. Our first average high of 37° is on December 20th, so we’ll be running well ahead of schedule Friday. Bundle up!
After a bright and sunny start Saturday, clouds will begin to increase during the afternoon and thicken up overnight as our next storm system approaches. That storm system will deliver light rain Sunday. Sunshine returns to kick off the new work week along with slightly below normal temperatures.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 0.25″ – 0.50″