Cold & partly cloudy day ahead

Dry heading into the weekend

Expect another afternoon with mostly cloudy skies.  A few breaks in the clouds are possible, but we'll likely see more clouds than anything else.  High temperatures are still going to remain pretty chilly, even with a little more sunshine today. Highs will reach the mid-30s, with a few lucky spots reaching the upper 30s.  The average high for this time of year is right at 40°, so even though we are getting a little warmer, we're still staying a bit below average.

There's better news concerning your weekend ahead. The system we were tracking early this week that could have brought some snow and rain, will now stay too far to our south to really give us much more than a few clouds heading into Saturday. We'll now stay dry with highs reach the upper 30s to near 40 degrees.

Clouds return Saturday

Sunday, we'll see a mix of clouds and sun with highs reach the low 40s, actually climbing a degree or two above the seasonal average.

Next week looks busy concerning the forecast.  We're already watching another storm system that could bring rain, wind, & snow all during the late Monday to Thursday time period. We'll have to work out some timing details over the next couple of days, but this is your first warning -- a strong storm may impact your holiday shopping and travel plans next week.


By Monday, a small shower early could mean slick roads early for work. Then, we will mostly stay dry right into Monday night. The tailgate temps will be in the low 40s just ahead of a kickoff temp of 40 degrees at 8:30pm.


Mostly cloudy
Peeks of sun
High: 35


Mostly cloudy
Low: 26


Mostly cloudy
High: 38



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