November is usually a very cloudy and rainy month, which is
exactly what we saw this past week. However, we will see some big
improvements in the weather this weekend.
Sprinkles continue Friday night with fog developing into Saturday
morning, as a weak cold front moves through the region. Overnight
lows reach the upper 30s.
Scattered showers continue Saturday morning, ending by the early
afternoon with decreasing clouds and more sunshine. The down side
is that it looks to stay cool with highs only in the mid 40s.
Although, this is still above normal for this time of year.
Normally highs are only around 40 degrees.
With decreasing clouds it will cool down quickly Saturday night.
Low will reach the lower 30s with mostly clear skies. This is
still warmer than normal for the end of November. Lows are
normally in the upper 20s around this time. The good news is that
as soon as the sun rises, it will warm up quickly. Highs will be
around 50 degrees with mostly sunny skies as a high pressure
system moves into the region with drier air.
Enjoy this beautiful weather because unpleasant conditions arrive
Monday and continue throughout the week. A strong low pressure
system will bring heavy rain and strong winds on Monday.