Good Saturday, everyone. A slow-moving cold front continues to push to our southeast and that’s allowing for chilly air to sink in. This is a normal brand of November chill that’s bringing drier air into the region. Don’t get used to that, our weather pattern cranks back up next week.
Today finds a lot of clouds early on with showers still in the southeast.
Skies will slowly clear from the northwest to the southeast with highs in the 50s.
Sunday looks great with low 30s to start and low 50s to end.
Another weak system moves our way later Monday into Tuesday and will bring the potential for a few showers:
Colder air will follow that up as our pattern begins to skew colder as we get into the middle of the month. Some of the models are suggesting the potential for the setup to turn a little wintry during this time.
Make it a great day and take care.