Teachman’s Take: Unusually Warm Mid-November Stretch
After a chilly start in the middle 40s with clear skies, we’re warming into the 70s through Thursday. Sunshine is expected to dominate through Thursday as well. Highs Wednesday will be in the middle 70s with the upper 70s on Thursday. A record is in jeopardy of being broken Thursday. The old record is 75 from 1999.
A potent cold front moves in early on Friday. Before it arrives, I cannot rule out a brief morning shower or thunderstorm. Any rain will quickly develop and race eastward. Snow will remain to our north where Blizzard Watches and Winter Storm Watches are in effect.
Temps will be falling Friday. Lows going into Saturday morning will be cold in the 20s. Highs over the weekend will be in the middle 40s to the lower 50s as sunshine returns. There will be another cold morning in the 20s Sunday. Once we dip into the 20s for several hours, our growing season will end. Temps start to moderate early next week into the upper 50s.