Good morning, everyone! So far this week, the forecast has been rather uneventful, and that looks to carry on today and into our weekend! If you’re a fan of this season, this post will come to you as good news!
Today, any and all chances of showers that we had will be no more, though more clouds will be in the sky in comparison to earlier this week. Unfortunately, this will reflect on the temperatures we are to have, as our high looks to only reach the lower 60’s. As the sun goes down, these will too, as our low will be in the lower 40’s.
With that, be sure to bundle up as needed for the day. On the bright side, winds will be calm, so it won’t be too chilly to handle. Even better, the night will be one for the outdoors, so get warm by a bonfire!
If you plan to be out and about early this weekend, there is a chance that you will run into patchy fog on the roadways. Thus, drive slow and be on alert. Don’t worry, though, this threat will only be likely in the early morning hours and will be no more as the sun rises.
For this weekend, we will have the return of chances of showers as a disturbance propagates into our region of the country. These will remain rather light until the overnight hours into Monday, where precipitation totals may reach a half of an inch. Because of this, beware of slippery roads on the way to school or work in the morning.
As far as temperatures go, we will be warmer than what the work week had to offer. For Saturday, temperatures will peak around the upper 60’s. For Sunday, we warm even more, with a high in the mid-70’s. Both nights will be cool and crisp, with a low in the upper 50’s.
That’s all for now! Thank you for reading! We hope you have a wonderful weekend!