We’re dealing with some good old fashioned December weather as we approach the second weekend of November in our area thanks to a storm system that is bringing snow and frigid wind chills to the weather picture.
Roads are a little extra slick this morning thanks to a fresh coating of snow that accumulated Thursday night and it looks like a couple of batches of light snow may impact our Friday as well. A smaller batch of snow this morning may yield a dusting of snowfall on top of the nearly one inch we received last night. Yet another band of snow may develop on the backside of the departing system in time for the evening commute, bringing a dusting of snowfall. In the meantime, it’s going to be a blustery, cold day with high temperatures in the mid 20s with northwest winds occasionally gusting to 30 miles per hour and wind chills will only be in the single digits and teens all day.
After a few evening snow showers move out, our skies will rapidly clear off. Winds will be nasty in the evening, then diminishing overnight, allowing temperatures drop into the single digits by Saturday morning.
We’ll enjoy a few hours of sunshine Saturday before clouds thicken in the afternoon as another “clipper” type storm system approaches the area. We’ll get a glancing blow from that with flurries later in the night. High temperatures will be in the mid 20s tomorrow, but at least it won’t be as windy.
There will be a few light snow showers or flurries early Sunday with a little sunshine breaking through later in the day while raw winds add an extra chill to the air. High temperatures will be in the lower 30s Sunday.
Temperatures will remain frigid for November standards through the middle of next week before slightly warmer air begins to build in and we’ll perhaps reach the upper 30s and then lower 40s by the end of next week and for next weekend.
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