Clearing skies with areas of frost possible overnight
Temperatures cool to the low/mid 30s overnight
REST OF TUESDAY
Skies remain clear and temperatures drop fast overnight as the air remain dry and winds turn light. We may even notice areas of frost early in the morning. You may want to peak out the window to see if you need to do some scraping.
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
Look for very little change in the ongoing weather pattern the next few days. A large high pressure system will push the jet stream well to our north into Canada. This forces the chilly weather out and allows the warm weather to move east. We continue to warm each day, eventually approaching 70° by the end of the week. Our nights also begin to warm. We’ll likely see a break in the near-freezing temperatures late this week as well.
FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY
The dry, sunny weather lasts into the weekend as there’s little change in the ongoing weather pattern aside from the warm up. Average highs for early November are in the low 60s. We’ll be 8-10° above average in some areas by the end of the weekend as highs climb to the low 70s.
Overnight temperatures will be mild as well, only getting as low as the 40s and 50s. This will be an ideal weekend to get those leaves raked after this past week’s wind.
Now that Hurricane Eta has made landfall in Central America, it’s a waiting game to see where it goes over the next 5 days. Most models have it emerging into the ocean once again by the weekend and then headed toward Cuba and perhaps south Florida by early next week.
At this time, it appears there’s little to no impact to our area from the remnants of Eta. Instead, we’re watching the potential for a strong cold front to enter the area by the end of next week which will offer a better chance of showers and a return to more typical November air.