Good Monday, folks. We have arrived at the week of massive weather changed across North America. These changes will have a huge impact on our weather as we have a cold pattern taking shape. This will likely deliver frost and freezing conditions to us within the next week to 10 days.
Our streak of great fall weather is over after today. Highs will be back into the 70s with a partly sunny sky. Scattered showers and storms return to our picture Tuesday as a cold front works our way from the west.
This front will cause showers and storms to increase Tuesday night and Wednesday as it moves from west to east across the state. Wednesday’s temps will be cool with readings in the low 60s for highs. The front will work just to our east on Thursday as even colder air works in. That’s when a wave of low pressure develops along the front and throws showers our way…
Temps in the low and mid 50s for highs Thursday will be a good bet with clouds and showers. A little bit of sun and you get to around 60. Some upper 30s will be possible for Thursday and Friday mornings if skies clear for a bit.
The next shot of cold arrives Friday night and Saturday with some showers and this will be even colder than the one later this week. Lows by Sunday morning may drop into the upper 20s and low 30s…
Another blast of cold air is targeted to arrive early next week. Check out each shot of cold is colder than the one before…There is a tremendous amount of blocking showing up as we roll through the next few weeks. Is that the winter pattern tipping its hand? Hmmm
Have a great day and take care.