Tonight: Skies will be mostly clear to partly cloudy, but patchy fog will be possible by morning. Morning temperatures will be in the upper 50s to lower 60s.
Wednesday: Clouds will build ahead of our next cold front. Highs will top out near 80. A few showers will be possible during the day, but most will stay dry. Better chance for rain overnight. Overnight temperatures in the lower 60s.
Thursday: Rain coverage does not look to be too impressive with the cold front, but the best chance for rain will be during the morning hours. Highs will be in the mid 70s before temperatures drop into the 60s and 50s during afternoon and evening hours. Overnight temperatures will be much cooler in the mid 40s.
Friday Morning: A Partial Lunar Eclipse will be visible overnight Thursday/Friday morning. The penumbral eclipse begins at 12:02 AM, the partial eclipse begins at 1:18 AM (moon is turning red), the greatest eclipse (maximum) will be at 3:02 AM, the partial eclipse ends at 4:47 AM, and the penumbral eclipse ends at 6:03 AM. Look toward the western horizon! This will be the longest partial lunar eclipse in nearly 600 years.
Friday & Weekend: Friday will be nice and cool with highs in the mid 60s. Overnight temperatures in the low and mid 40s. We will begin to warm up over the weekend. Highs will be in the lower 70s on Saturday and mid 70s on Sunday. A few showers will be possible late on Sunday ahead of another cold front.
Early Next Week: The cold front will clear the area on Monday, but a few showers will be possible with it. The front will knock our temperatures into the upper 60s on Monday and lower 60s on Tuesday. Mornings will be back down in the 40s, as well. Early outlook for Thanksgiving through the weekend shows some rain around, but it’s too early to tell. We will be watching the potential closely!