Dry and mild for Wednesday; rain returns tomorrow

Happy Wednesday! Temperatures are mainly in the mid-40s this morning under mostly clear skies. Another dry day is in store for our Wednesday, with highs in the mid-to-upper-70s. A cold front will arrive by Thursday and bring with it some rain showers. Generally speaking, we look to see about a quarter of an inch of rainfall, with some spots getting up to about a half an inch. A few showers will continue Thursday night and before sunrise Friday morning.

Friday will be chilly with highs in the mid-50s. Temperatures will likely fall into the 40s by the time the Football Friday games begin, so be sure to bundle up before heading out to the games! We are dry and sunny for the weekend. Temperatures will be around the freezing mark Saturday morning, and we only look to warm up into the upper-50s. Sunday will be a bit warmer, with lows in the upper-30s and highs in the mid-60s.

Another cold front will move through our area by Monday and it will bring some more rain showers to our area. Like on Thursday, this cold front is not expected to be a big rainmaker. It will; however, bring a blast of arctic air to our area. Highs on Tuesday are only expected to climb into the mid-40s, which could be record cold for November 12. It is quite possible that we drop into the 20s by Wednesday morning.