Storm Center Update - Friday PM
October 28, 2011, 4:01 PM
The weekend is looking warm to start, but we’ll have cooler air to finish. Saturday’s highs will be in the fifties to near sixty but winds will be very strong in western KELOLAND with speeds of twenty to forty miles per hour. Slightly cooler air will move into KELOLAND on Sunday but we’ll remain dry. Highs will be three to seven degrees cooler in many locations, so expect highs in the forties to near fifty in eastern KELOLAND.
Next week will start dry and warm with highs well into the fifties and sixties on Monday, but cooler air will be back as we start November on Tuesday. Highs will be in the forties to near fifty on Tuesday with rain possible in western and southeast KELOLAND on Wednesday. Wednesday might also bring snow to the Hills; it will be something worth watching as we go into next week.
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