From Record Heat To Freezing Cold

November 19, 2007 at 3:46 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

This should be a pretty crazy weather week.
Monday and Tuesday will be very warm. Highs in the 80s. Very likely to break a record on Tuesday.
Big cold front comes through Wednesday. Showers and storms are likely with falling temperatures late Wednesday and Wednesday night. No severe weather or wintry precipitation is expected because we dry out when the cold air moves in.
Highs on Thanksgiving, Friday and Saturday will only be in the lower to mid 50s with wind chills even lower. There might also be a high fire danger once the dry air sweeps in.
As far as low temps: Coldest air of the season for sure. Friday and Saturday mornings will be the coldest. Mid 30s in town. Suburbs at or below freezing for the first time this year. Looks like metro stays above freezing.
Next weekend needs to be watched. At this point I have clouds and a cold drizzle in the five day plus forecast. If the air cools down enough, it might be more of a tricky forecast. No worries just yet, but stay tuned.
Steve Mac


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