Temperatures officially hit 60 degrees yesterday under more pleasant November sunshine. That’s another day with above normal high temperatures this fall…something the region has become accustomed to this year. Starting today, however, cooler and more November-like air moves in and sticks around through the weekend. The next front over the Great Lakes and upper Midwest will bring colder weather to the region later today, but no rainfall. Today will bring a few more clouds and stronger winds will be noticeable too. For the start of high school football playoffs this evening, plan on temperatures dropping into the 40s with strong winds at times. Skies clear out tonight and the breeze will still kick around a bit with temperatures falling into the mid 30s.
Tomorrow is the coldest day of the weekend featuring the lowest daytime temperatures so far this fall. Highs will likely be stuck in the upper 40s! A cold Saturday night follows with a good chance of temperatures falling to the upper 20s. Sunday’s weather does bring a nice rebound with sunshine and afternoon temperatures in the middle 50s. As we look ahead to next week there may be some fronts and a possible coastal system to follow, but at this point we do not see much rain for the region.