From StormWatch7's Doug Hill:
Clear and cold
Winds: North 5 mph
Partly cloudy and seasonable
Winds: East 5 mph
Increasing cloudiness with a 40% chance of afternoon showers.
Winds: East/Southeast 10 mph
Frost Advisories have been posted for the entire metro area overnight into Wednesday morning. Freeze Warnings are posted in areas north and west of the metro area.
The coldest night of the fall season awaits with overnight temperatures falling into the 30s in many areas with the first frost and/or freeze at many locations. Today’s gusty breezes will diminish tonight allowing temperatures to fall to their lowest levels so far this month. Lows will range between 34 and 42 degrees. Tomorrow will be partly cloudy and still a bit cool with highs forecast in the upper 50s.
An approaching cold front will cause increasing cloudiness on Thursday with a 40% chance of showers developing during the afternoon. Highs will climb into the lower to middle 60s. On Friday, behind the cold front, we’re forecasting mostly sunny and breezy weather with highs around 60 degrees.
Our weekend forecast is looking pretty nice at the moment. We believe Saturday will be mostly sunny with comfortable afternoon temperatures in the upper 60s. Latest guidance is suggesting Sunday could be quite mild with highs in the lower to middle 70s. I’ll take that. But what sky conditions will be like on Sunday is a bit more challenging. Right now, we think skies will be sunny through the early afternoon but after that, we could see increasing cloudiness. And we cannot rule out a few isolated showers by Sunday evening or Sunday night.
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