Last Updated on February 12, 2022 6:43 pm
Six days into November and so far high temperatures have not dipped below the mid-40s, but that is about to change as colder weather will move in to end the week.
The changes will begin on Thursday, as rain moves into the area and bringing with it wind gusts up to 25 mph, according to the National Weather Service. Chance of showers/rain stands at 90%.
The rain could turn to snow on Thursday night, mainly after midnight, with little to no accumulation expected. Lows in the 20s with wind gusts up to 40 mph.
Friday's highs are forecast to be only in the mid-30s with continued wind gusts around 30 mph. Highs will creep back into the 40s for Saturday and the 50s for Sunday and Monday, before falling back into the 30s for Tuesday. Longer range models show temperatures well below average from November 12th through November 16th.
NWS also posted this reminder on Facebook, “With the plethora of warm weather we had most of this fall until just recently, you may not be quite prepared for the bitter cold temperatures on the way for the area in the next few days. Take advantage of the conditions today to prepare yourself, pets, livestock, plants, vegetation, pipes, and anything else that is susceptible to cold, well below freezing temperatures.”