It is a cold start out there this Saturday-- if you're heading out the door, bundle up! Temperatures are in the 30s, but with a gusty NW wind 8-15 MPH- it feels like it's in the 20s and even the teens in Northern spots. 

Today won't be too much better as far as the chilly weather goes. We will see plenty of sunshine but the wind will not slow down through much of today until later this afternoon and tonight. Highs will be in the 40s and upper 30s in northern areas, but with winds gusting up to 30 MPH and more in some areas- it will feel like it's in the 20s and teens. 

Cloud cover increases on Sunday, but we could also see some snow showers through the day- otherwise it will be another cold day but with more clouds.  Highs will be near 40.  As we head towards the evening, we could see some more snow from a coastal low pressure system brushing us with some showers.  If the low can deepen, it will pull ocean air could help us get some widespread snow. Odds are that the dry air will be tough to overcome. Either way, if we do see any snow it will be light. We may see some snow showers Monday morning-- otherwise it will be another cold day with some sun peeking out in the afternoon.


Colder air continues to move through- but by the end of the week temperatures will feel more seasonal! Our normal high temperature for late November usually settles in the mid-upper 40s but on Tuesday we will continue our trend of temperatures topping out in the low 40s. However, we stay dry through much of the week and will see a decent amount of sunshine Tuesday and Wednesday. 

Wednesday will be slightly milder and in the mid-40s. Skies will be partly to mostly sunny. Thursday could feature some rain showers and even a little bit of a mix in some northern spots. Highs will be in the low 40s. But Friday and Saturday both warm up a little and it looks like both days stay mostly dry! 

 Lorin Richardson

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