A Cold Start to a Sunny Week

Warmer by the end of the week
Posted at 8:45 PM, Oct 29, 2023

After a cloudy, cold weekend where we saw our first snowflakes of the season, the sunshine returns Monday. We officially recorded a trace of snow at Eppley this weekend. We average around 0.5" snowfall for the month of October.

We will start the new workweek off cold, in the low 20s Monday morning, only reaching the low 40s in the afternoon.

A cold front will move through the region late Monday evening, bringing clouds and a few snow flurries. Winds will become gusty Monday night as we cool in the lower 20s by Tuesday morning.

We stay cold and sunny for Halloween, in the upper 30s, and it will be breezy. By trick-or-treat, we will be falling back into the 20s and 30s with calmer winds.

A warming trend will begin Wednesday, as we warm back to near 50 degrees with sunshine.

Temperatures will rise even higher toward the second half of the workweek, warming in the mid 50s Thursday, and the lower 60s Friday.

Mostly Sunny
High: 43

Partly Cloudy
Low: 22

Mostly Sunny
Chilly and Breezy
High: 37

Mostly Sunny
Warmer, still below normal
High: 50

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