The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from meteorologist Kevin Appleby:
Saturday evening, we were waiting for the clouds to break, but it simply never happened, allowing our temperatures to remain in the upper 20s and lower 30s. This time around, we aren’t playing the waiting game!
This results in a much chillier night on the way across the News10 viewing area. Overnight lows will be anywhere from the mid teens to low 20s. Remember to bundle up Monday morning!
A weak disturbance will pass by to our north later Monday. This will bring the chance for a few rain and snow showers with very cold air aloft.
At the surface, temperatures should be warm enough to prevent most travel concerns, aside from the highest peaks of our region. High temperatures will range from the mid 30s to mid 40s.
Snow showers are possible into early Tuesday morning. Temperatures won’t rise all that much by the afternoon with lots of clouds and gusty breezes.
Wednesday will mark the start of a stretch of days with above average high temperatures. Both Wednesday and Thursday look awesome, with highs closer to the upper 50s by Thursday.
Temperatures spike close to 60 ahead of a cold front arriving later Friday, bringing a period of rain into early Saturday morning. Temperatures begin to level off closer to average by the end of the weekend.
An early look at the days leading up to Thanksgiving suggests the potential for a storm system to develop in the Eastern United States, potentially impacting us. It’s far too early to get into specifics, but this potential storm will continue to be monitored throughout the forecast period.