Spotty Storms Overnight

Cooling off midweek
Posted at 5:29 AM, Oct 11, 2022

A cold front arrives Tuesday night, kicking off our only chance for rain this week. Hit and miss storms will be possible from late this evening and through the overnight hours, but end well before the Wednesday morning commute. A couple of these storms could be on the strong side, with some strong winds and hail possible, but the overall severe weather threat is low. Since the rain will be scattered, about half of the region will stay dry.

We stay breezy Wednesday, but the wind behind the cold front will be out of the northwest, blowing in cooler weather. Highs will be near 70 with mostly sunny skies.

It stays windy Thursday as cooler air keeps blowing in, dropping us into the low 60s, but we keep the sunshine.

Winds finally lighten up Friday, turning off the air conditioning, and letting us warm up again. Mostly sunny skies will get us into the upper 60s, which is average for the middle of October.

We could get back to 70 Saturday before another cold front drops the heat again for Sunday. It will be mostly sunny with highs in the low 60s.

Monday could start with some frost, then we only warm into the mid 50s for the afternoon.

Tuesday looks to start even colder - near the freezing mark. Highs hold in the mid 50s.

Mostly Sunny
High: 70

Mostly Clear
Low: 43

Mostly Sunny
High: 62

Mostly Sunny
High: 69

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