Heavy rain and storms to open the weekend on warm winds!

Andrew Cummings
November 19, 2017

Thanks to the passage of a warm front, temperatures will be very mild overnight-mostly in the 50s. Overnight, we will still be in the 40s with clear skies. A south breeze will shift to the west with the frontal passage and this wind will be sustained 20-30mph late with perhaps gusts as high as 50 miles per hour. Expect temperatures to be in the upper 20s to mid-30s during numerous morning football games and nearing only 40 in the afternoon. Highs will return to the 50's and low 60's for a attractive end to the weekend. So, you might need a jacket if you are to get up early in the morning, or stay out late in the evening when temperatures are cooling down. We expect a fairly quiet day shaping up with steadily rising temperatures, seasonal afternoon highs and dry conditions holding through the day. Black Friday shoppers will see a slight warm up with upper 30s during the morning, and low 60s by the afternoon. Sunday night will be clear with no rain around. There will also be sunny skies with no chance for any rain! Rain should exit for us all by midnight with winds turning strongly from the northwest and colder air arriving behind the front.

Lake Effect snow showers around for the first half of Sunday

Behind the front, it's the temperature drop and winds that will leave the biggest mark. The sky will be partly to mostly sunny and there will be a brisk northwesterly breeze. Skies remain mostly sunny.


Looking ahead to Wednesday and Thanksgiving Day, we are keeping the forecast dry for now.


A cool Friday night leads to a mild Saturday.


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