November has arrived…break out the shorts! A mix of sun and clouds again today with temperatures climbing up to between 70-73 degrees this afternoon. Enjoy!
Tomorrow looks just as warm if not warmer as a warm front lifts north through the Great Lakes.
DRY and WARM weather for Game 6 of the World Series this evening and, if neccessary, tomorrow evening as well.
The next cold front will push rain into the region late Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Plan on a soggy start Thursday:
Most, if not all the rain should be gone by Thursday afternoon.
Temperatures will fall Thursday so the high will occur early in the morning. The afternoon will be brisk and chilly….much different than Wednesday afternoon!
The work week will end on a quiet and chilly note Friday; afternoon temperatures not much better than 50.
The weekend looks tranquil as well. Temperatures in the 50s each afternoon. Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday morning at 2am.
Election Day is a week away. We can start taking reasonable shots at the forecast for that day at this point. No bug weather makers are likely to be around. The European model depicts a weak front that might bring a shower. The GFS model is bone dry.
Temperatures should be near average, in the mid 50s in the afternoon.
This is the week! My Winter 2016-2017 forecast will debut on Thursday. Tune into 21 News and check out my blog/social media next week for details.
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