After our coldest morning since February, temperatures will recover into the lower 50s today thanks to plenty of sunshine and a breeze from the south. Winds will increase on Saturday, helping to boost us into the upper 50s. A slow-moving front will stall overhead, producing another round of rain and frequent showers from Sunday into Wednesday morning. Sunshine and dry weather should return in time for Thanksgiving.
Today: Temperatures will recover after our coldest start so far this fall, peaking in the lower 50s late this afternoon. Skies will be mostly sunny as high pressure passes overhead. Winds from the south will increase. Winds: S around 10 mph. High: 51.
Tonight: Only a few high clouds will arrive late at night. A light breeze from the south will continue, keeping us in the lower 30s. Winds: S 5-10 mph. Low: 32.
Saturday: Skies will become partly sunny as moisture increases from the south. Winds will become gusty in the afternoon, and these south winds will help to boost temperatures into the upper 50s late in the day. Winds: S 10-20 with higher gusts. High: 58.
Saturday Night: Clouds will thicken overnight, and some scattered showers may reach the western part of the area before dawn as a front approaches from the Mississippi Valley. It will not be nearly as cold. Winds: S 10-20 mph. Low: 48.
Sunday: Scattered showers and potentially even a few thunderstorms will occur under mostly cloudy skies. Winds will continue to blow from the south as the front draws near from Illinois and Indiana. Winds: S around 10 mph. High: 58.