Monday October 29

Mild, but cloudy week ahead

School Forecast through:
Friday November 2nd
Last Updated: 7:00AM Monday October 29th
Delay No School Early Dismissal


7AM Monday

The average high temperature this time of year is right around 60 degrees, and the past two weeks have been running several degrees below normal. This week will feature more mild temperatures, but with a fair share of clouds.

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Clouds will linger today as a weak area of low pressure slowly exits the region. By tomorrow, it moves out leaving us with a day of clear skies. On Wednesday, a storm system over Canada will swing by to the north of our region. The storm's trailing cold front will stall before moving across our region, and this will set the stage for a prolonged flow of warm moist air from the south. Clouds are likely to increase on Wednesday with showers possible Wednesday night through Thursday. Our greatest rain chances, however, will be Thursday evening into Friday morning as a storm system develops along the stalled cold front and then rides it up into our region. The rain will be accompanied by mild temperatures, and there will be no snow threat. The storm and the cold front finally progress through the region late Friday, leaving breaks of sun to start the weekend.

Currently there is no credible snow threat through mid-November.


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