The first week part of November continues to be very pleasant, with mild temps and sunshine galore across the region. It does get a little chilly though once the sun goes down, but I’m not complaining.
The nice weather will continue for today and tomorrow, as high pressure remains in control. A low pressure system is moving across the central portion of the country though and is headed our way. It is the same system responsible for the tornado outbreak in Oklahoma yesterday. There are some pretty incredible videos on YouTube showing the twisters. Anyways, we won’t see any of that severe weather, but much colder air will move into the area after a front moves through on Thursday. Scattered showers begins Wednesday night and will be prevalent when you wake up Thursday morning, remaining throughout the day. Expect the precipitation to change over to snow flurries overnight on Thursday as the colder air filters into the region. No accumulation is expected though.
Friday will be chilly and breezy, but we will see a clearing of the skies. High pressure will once again move in and last through the first part of next week. Temperatures will gradually warm back up during that time period.