Happy Monday! There will be some patchy fog in some spots as your waking up this morning, and that’ll all go away by 9 am. It’s another mild and muggy morning as southwest winds are helping to usher in a lot of moisture to our area, and high temperatures will be in the low-80’s for your Monday. Not quite record highs, but they could be within the top-5 warmest for November 6. We’ll see a lot of clouds in the morning hours, but we should be under partly cloudy skies by the afternoon hours with winds from the southwest at 5-10 mph. We’ll stick with those partly cloudy skies through the overnight hours with lows once again in the low 60’s and winds from the southwest at 3-8 mph. We’ll start to see rain chances by Tuesday as a cold front moves in from the northwest. By the afternoon hours on Tuesday, we should start to see those stray shower or thunderstorm chances as the front will start to tap into the moist air mass over our area.
The main batch of rain will move through along with the cold front late Tuesday night into Wednesday and high temperatures on Wednesday will be knocked down back to around average for this time of year. We could see rainfall of 1-2 inches area wide, spread out over about 24 hours, so flash flooding shouldn’t be a concern. Severe weather will also not be a concern, though we could see some embedded thunderstorms with dangerous lightning. We stick with some rain chances behind the cold front early Thursday, but we’ll start clearing out those clouds by Thursday afternoon with highs in the mid-60’s. Another slight warming trend will occur after Thursday, with highs back into the low-70s by Saturday with plenty of sunshine. Next rain chances will be Sunday, with a stray shower possible as another front approaches our area.