Good Friday, everyone. After a record setting warm start to November, the weather is finally taking a turn toward normal. That’s not a word we’ve been able to utter very much at all of late. This arrives just in time for the first weekend of the month.
Northerly winds will blow out there today with a mix of sun and clouds. High temps will generally range from 55-60. That will be a full 25 degrees cooler than highs from just a few days ago.
This will set the stage for some frosty conditions Saturday morning with readings in the 30s. Afternoon temps hit 60-65 degrees with sunshine. This bodes well for tailgating out at Commonwealth Stadium, but you better bring the coat for the game. Here’s what to expect:
Sunday’s weather looks equally amazing with highs deep into the mid and upper 60s with more in the way of sunshine.
Monday’s weather looks to be very similar.
Election Day could find a shower or two heading our way as a system tries to cut off somewhere near our region. The models struggle with this type of setup, with some trying to bring a potent low pressure our way late next week.
Looking farther down the road, the pattern is still set for a bigger change to cold for the middle and end of the month:
Make it a great day and take care.