Good Saturday morning everyone! A lot of meteorologists are starting to move down toward our highs posted for Saturday that was shown on here yesterday due to the abundant cloud cover across the region. Despite winds beginning to try to shift, we’ll likely see high temperatures only in the middle 30s for the entire region, with some areas in the higher elevations likely not even making it to the freezing point. In fact, as shown below, we’ve got some very light snow showers making their way across the region. These are simply nuisance showers, and shouldn’t cause much of a problem on the roadways. In addition, they’re moving out quickly.
For our Sunday, clouds will hang tough during the morning hours, but by the afternoon, I think many of us will get in on some sunshine. In addition to sunshine, winds from the southwest will warm the region to the middle 40s, so though there will be a little chill in the air, Sunday looks quite nice!
Lurking a couple of days ahead of Sunday is a system that is looking quite interesting. Though I don’t think snow will be a big issue, rumbles of thunder, gusty winds, and temperatures near 60 look to arrive before Christmas, which will be talked about in the next post!
Have a great Saturday folks!