Coldest Night Of The Season

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Updated: 11/12/2013 11:36 pm
Midnight Update:  Temperatures have already been falling into the low to mid 20s as of 11pm, with overnight low temperatures expected to fall into the upper teens and lower 20s!  This will be the coldest temperatures we've experienced so far this season.  We haven't been this cold since March 22nd of this year, when the morning low temperature was 19 degrees.  Mostly sunny skies continue for Wednesday with a light breeze, and high temperatures around 40 degrees.  Temperatures get back to around 50 degrees on Thursday with mostly sunny skies, as high pressure builds to our east, and turns our surface winds from the southwest.  More seasonal temperatures return for Friday with partly cloudy skies, and a high of 55 degrees.  Temperatures get back in the upper 50s to lower 60s this weekend, with scattered rain showers possible.
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Overnight we will have the coldest low temperatures so far this season, as temperatures fall into the upper teens to lower 20s. Wednesday will remain chilly, with moderating temperatures as the week continues. Rain chances return this weekend into early next week.

TONIGHT: With clear skies and diminishing winds, temperatures will continue to quickly fall into the upper teens to lower 20s, with overnight low temperatures around 21 degrees on average. We haven’t been this cold, since March 22nd, 2013, when we had a morning low of 19 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: Temperatures will remain well below normal and very cold for Wednesday, with mostly sunny skies and a high of 40 degrees. High pressure will build over the region, giving us calmer winds and plenty of sunshine, which will somewhat help offset the chilly air temperatures.

THURSDAY: High pressure moves to our east on Thursday, giving us southerly winds, which will help our temperatures moderate back to around 50 degrees for Thursday afternoon. Mostly sunny skies will continue as well.

FRIDAY: Clouds will increase throughout the day Friday, with high temperatures around 55 degrees.

WEEKEND: Saturday will start off the weekend with partly to mostly cloudy skies, and the chance for a few scattered rain showers. Saturday high temperatures will be around 59 degrees. Sunday will feature a better chance for rain, as a weather disturbance moves across the region. Despite the cloudy skies and rain chances, Sunday will be a little milder, with a high of 62 degrees.

NEXT WEEK: Rain chances linger into early next week, with the best chance for rain on Monday, as a cold front moves through the region. Temperatures will be in the lower 60s for Monday, and fall to around 50 degrees on Tuesday, after the cold front moves through.

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