Record low temperatures Wednesday morning; slow warming through the week

Happy Wednesday! Temperatures have fallen mainly into the low-20s this morning, which will break a record low for November 13. Make sure to dress in plenty of layers as you head and about this morning! Although it's not as windy as yesterday, the breeze that we do have this morning is making some spots about 5 degrees colder than it actually is. We are waking up to mostly clear skies this morning, and we look to see sunshine continuing for the rest of the day. However, clouds will start to build on in starting in the late-afternoon. Highs on Wednesday will only be in the upper-40s.

We'll see mostly cloudy skies tonight with Thursday morning lows in the mid-to-upper-30s. A disturbance will pass mainly to our south on Thursday, but scattered showers can't be ruled out for our area. Most of the activity that does arrive to the WTOK viewing area will be south of I-20. Even without the rain, overcast skies combined with highs only in the 40s will make for an overall gross winter-like day. We'll see a lot more sunshine on Friday as highs climb back into the mid-50s.

Morning lows by Saturday will be back below freezing, but highs that day will get into the upper-50s under mostly sunny skies. 60s for highs and morning lows back above freezing will return by Sunday. A disturbance will pass through our area on Monday and bring an increase in cloud cover. Only a stray shower will be possible with highs staying in the low-60s. We'll dry out again by Tuesday and see morning lows around 40 degrees and afternoon highs in the low-60s.