It’s going to be a cooler, but sunny day. Temps this morning won’t be nearly as cold in the middle 40s. Highs later today will be near 60.
Teachman’s Take: Hard Freeze Overnight For Some!
A Freeze is coming Saturday morning for folks north of the river. Elsewhere, widespread frost is likely before 9 AM as temperatures fall into the lower 30s. Warmer winds arrive on Sunday pushing us back into the middle 60s.
Next week, unseasonably warm temps are expected Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the 70s! A strong storm system is planned for late Thursday into Friday. Showers, thunderstorms are a possibility as the cold front comes through. There is the possibility of snow in the Dakotas, but we may not see much even in the way of rain. Once this system passes, the coldest air of the season will enter Saturday morning, November 19. I’m expecting a Hard Freeze at this time for all of us, which will be a welcomed sight for many suffering from oak mite bites.