Storm Center Update - Monday PM
November 14, 2011, 2:22 PM
Cooler weather will move across KELOLAND tonight and tomorrow, with highs at least ten to twelve degrees cooler. That means highs will be in the upper thirties to lower forties. This will happen with dry skies but strong west to northwest winds of twenty to thirty-five miles per hour. As high pressure settles in Tuesday night, Wednesday’s lows will fall to near ten degrees in some areas. Afternoon highs will only rebound to the thirties during Wednesday afternoon.
Thursday’s winds will increase from the south to allow for warming temperatures. Afternoon highs on Thursday will hit the forties in the east to the fifties in the central and west. I wouldn’t be surprised if that warm air continues into Friday ahead of a storm system that might give some of us snow this weekend. As of now, I’d say the best chance for snow will be in northeast KELOLAND Friday night and into Saturday. Temperatures will take a big hit this weekend with highs falling to the thirties on Sunday.