Thursday, November 15, 2012

November 16th, 2012 Forecast


This evening, clouds will prevail over the night skies for much of the evening.  Lows in and around the metro area will stick in the mid-30's, dropping to the lower 30's to the north and west and into the mid- to upper 30's to the south and east.  Winds will remain light tonight, from the north around 5 mph.  Tomorrow will be much like Thursday, except with temperatures returning to normal.  Highs are forecasted to be in the mid-50's around the city and to the south and east and barely getting into the 50's to the north and west.  Winds will remain from the north at 5 to 10 mph, under partly sunny skies.


Saturday looks like the best day of the weekend, with seasonable temperatures and mostly sunny skies.  Sunday, we start to see clouds build in, with temperatures still sticking in the mid-50's.  I'm sure by now everyone has heard of the potential for a coastal storm.  The trend, at this point, is sending it further off the coast.  Monday, temperatures stick in the mid-50's under mostly cloudy skies and breezy conditions.  I kept in the possibility of an isolated shower or two, with the idea that the coastal storm might toss a few rain showers back toward the area.  For Tuesday, nearly the same.  Breezy and cloudy with some scattered showers possible.  Cloudy and cool with temperatures in the mid-50's for Wednesday as well, but towards the latter half of the day, we could see some clearing.  Clearing continues into Thanksgiving Day as well, with temperatures remaining in the mid-50's.