The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from meteorologist Kevin Appleby:
Another reminder that the clocks will fall back one hour overnight! You will need to change the time on any manual clocks, such as a microwave, an oven, car radio, etc.
Hey – give it up for a weekend that finally didn’t feature a washout in the Capital Region! While there was a shower or two, it was far from the plan-busters that we’ve seen for a handful of weekends recently.
With that said, I expect a shower or two to swing through overnight with a weak front moving overhead. Otherwise, temperatures will drop into the 40s, a good 5-10 degrees above our normal low temperature for this time of year.
I won’t rule out a passing shower Sunday, particularly early on – but drier air should filter into the region, leading to a brighter finish to the day.
High temperatures should be near or slightly above average.
Most of Monday will be dry, with more clouds the farther north you are. An approaching system will deposit some rain, some of which could be steady for a brief period, late Monday into early Tuesday.
By Tuesday, we will wake up on the drier side, and the front will still be to our northwest. Temperatures should spike out ahead of this front, supported by blustery conditions.
The aforementioned winds will increase later Monday and linger into Tuesday. That’s a big reason why temperatures will be higher Tuesday compared to Monday.
Sunshine returns Wednesday, with temperatures meandering near the 50 degree mark for the remainder of the work week. Showers are expected Thursday and Friday… I’m thinking Thursday is the wetter of the two.
It appears models have backed off of a potential chill by the middle of November – look for seasonable conditions with more dry time than anything by the beginning of next week.