Fall weather went on hold for a bit. But reality is settling back in. Temperatures Tuesday will run about 15 to 20 degrees cooler than Monday. While no doubt you will notice the drop in temperature, by November standards, it’s not arctic cold. In fact, temperatures will remain fairly close to average this week with highs in the 40s most days accompanied by mostly sunny skies. A little warming trend is even possible late week. The real frigid stuff returns early next week with highs in the 30s.
Tonight: Clear start, becoming partly cloudy and breezy. Low: 36-39.
Tomorrow: Partly cloudy to mostly clear, breezy and noticeably cooler. Northwest wind at 10 to 25 miles an hour. High temperatures in the mid to upper 40s.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, chilly. High temperatures in the lower 40s inland, middle 40s for the shoreline.
Thursday: Sunshine mixing in with high clouds, especially late in the day. High temperatures in the middle 40s inland, upper 40s for the shoreline
Friday: Milder with increasing clouds. High temperatures around thee 50 degree mark. Chance for a sprinkle or shower in spots at night.
Saturday: Showers and areas of rain developing. Another mild day with high temperatures around 50 degrees. Arctic cold arrives Sunday.