Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 6:46AM
Winds Of Change
After a couple morning showers, skies will partially clear this afternoon. Under partly cloudy skies tonight, a much colder air mass invades. Sunday will be bright, sunny, but noticeably brisk. Under clear skies Sunday night, a frost or freeze is likely by daybreak Monday. Much of next week will be dry, cool and quiet.
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Hi: 65 Lo: 36
Mostly cloudy with AM showers likely; Clearing PM & cooler; NW wind 5-10 mph increasing to 15-25 mph gusting to 35 tonight
Hi: 52 Lo: 33
Bright sunshine & quite cool; Frost and/or freeze likely Sunday night; NW wind 10-20 mph & gusty, diminishing PM
Hi: 61 Lo: 38
Frosty early; Abundant sunshine & cool; Light SE wind
Hi: 66 Lo: 41
Lots of sunshine; Pleasant
Hi: 65 Lo: 39
Mostly sunny; Partly cloudy Wednesday night
Thursday - Partly sunny with with more PM clouds; High in the upper 50s; Low near 40 degrees
Friday - More clouds; Some rain possible; High near 60 degrees; Low in the lower 40s
A cold front is blasting through the mountains today. Rainfall of any consequence will be ending this morning, and we expect some clearing to occur during the afternoon. Colder air arrives tonight, and you’ll really be able to feel the difference. Higher elevations of the mountains go below freezing, and there is a novelty item: Parts of the northern mountains will have a few snow flurries late tonight, the first of the season. No accumulation is expected.
Sunday will bright, sunny, but chilly. With Canadian high pressure building strongly overhead Sunday night, winds will go calm and we expect a significant frost and/or freeze for daybreak Monday.
Tuesday through Thursday will be dry, quiet with temperatures hovering fairly close to normal. By the end of next week, we’ll be tracking the progress of low-pressure in the northern Gulf of Mexico to see what kind of wet-weather impacts that might have on the local area, if any.
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