Good Friday to one and all. We are rolling into the first weekend of November on a colder note with scattered showers around. The forecast does get better for most of the weekend and that’s all that matters for Wildcats fans heading out to Kroger Field on Saturday. Go Big Blue! 🙂
Once the weekend wraps up, another big storm system takes aim at the region.
Let’s begin with today and roll forward. Highs are generally in the upper 40s with mostly cloudy skies and a gusty northwest wind. Scattered showers are also possible through the evening. Here are your radars to track the showers:
Saturday’s weather looks really good with temps in the 30s to start and 50s in the afternoon. Winds will be a little breezy with a mix of sun and clouds. Fans out at Kroger Field should also dress for temps dropping into the 40s during the second half.
A few showers work in from west to east on Sunday, but the main show arrives just after that. Another big storm moves in late Monday into Tuesday. Heavy rain, strong storms and high winds are likely:
That could be a major wind maker. The European Model has some absolutely insane gusts showing up:
A much colder setup follows for much of the country with more and more winter weather showing up. For the first time, we have both the European Ensembles and GFS Ensembles showing snow chances getting into our region at some point in the next two weeks:
Make it a great Friday and take care.