Rainy Thursday Night, Cool, then COLD!


Clouds will increase for your Thursday ahead of a cold front that will sweep through later this evening. Rain chances are high tonight and early into Friday morning, but most of the rainfall will be after the front moves through, greatly decreasing the chance for any lightning and putting the chance of severe weather at zero. A good soaking of a quarter to half an inch is expected throughout the viewing area.

Decreasing clouds on Friday will give way to a beautiful and cloud-free weekend. Cooler temperatures will prevail with highs a couple of degrees either side of 60 and lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s.

Highs approach the 70 degree mark on Monday as clouds increase ahead of a stronger cold front. A chance of rain is in the picture now for Tuesday as the front approaches, and behind the front, the coldest air of the fall season awaits. A widespread freeze is likely both Wednesday and Thursday mornings, with highs struggling to reach 50 each day. Get ready and bundle up!

-Meteorologist Dana Barker


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