Shower or Two, But No Big Storms
Posted by Chris Lambert
A few passing showers flew in here this morning, dampening the ground and starting many towns off of the wet side. Those showers were along the leading edge or the milder air that's moving in. Highs today reach the middle to upper 50s and the wind pick up out of the WSW, gusting 30mph+ at times this afternoon and evening. Additionally, you can catch another passing shower or two this afternoon as more instability rolls in. We'll have our dry stretches too, so it's more of an occasional passing shower type day vs. a washout.
Skies clear tonight as the wind continues to be active and temps drop into the 30s.
Veterans Day itself looks pretty good. Breezy with sun to increasing clouds and temps near 50.
Another chance for few rain/snow showers arrives Tuesday morning. As an impressively strong area of high pressure drops out of Canadian, usually cold air is sent through the eastern half of the country. For us, it means temps are in the lower to mid 40s early Tuesday morning, but thanks a cold front barreling on through, temps drop late morning and hold into the upper 30s in the afternoon. Along that front, a few rain/snow showers fall early to mid morning.
Cold air continues to pour in Tuesday night, and Wednesday is another cold day with temps struggling to hit 40 degrees.
Thursday and Friday, the temp trend is up as we bounce back into the 50s by Friday.
Still, not big storms in this 7day as the mainly dry pattern continues.