Scattered showers will move in from the west this evening and continue into the overnight hours before tapering off early Tuesday morning. It looks like these showers will be mainly rain, but a few snowflakes may mix in late, mainly north of I-64.
A few light, scattered showers are possible tonight. These showers may be a mix of both rain and snow, but it looks like they will be mainly snow. However, at this point, little to no snow accumulation is expected from this system.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy with low temperatures in the low 30s. Tuesday will start out mostly cloudy, but those clouds will clear throughout the day, giving way to a mostly sunny afternoon with high temperatures in the mid 40s.
Sunday will be warmer but breezy with sustained winds from the south-southwest around 7 to 17 mph and gusts as high as 30 mph. That southerly breeze will also push warmer air up into the Tri-State, which will help our temperatures climb into the low to mid 50s Sunday afternoon.
We are going to close out the month of November with a taste of winter! Some of us may even see a few snowflakes, but the main concern is the cold as temperatures may not even make it out of the 30s on Monday.
Rain is likely tonight into Sunday morning. Some heavy rain and a few rumbles of thunder may be possible early Sunday, but severe weather is not expected. It looks like most of the rain will push off to our east by Sunday afternoon, and the clouds will clear Sunday night.
Multiple weather fronts will move through our region this weekend. That will keep rain chances in the forecast from Friday night through Sunday afternoon, but it also means our temperature trends may diverge from what you would normally expect.
The winds will gradually weaken tonight and tomorrow. The cold front that we originally thought would slide just north of the Tri-State now looks like it will dip farther south into our region. That means our weekend temperatures have gone down, and our rain chances have gone up.
Tonight will be clear and mild with low temperatures in the low 40s. Thursday will probably be the warmest day of the week with plenty of sunshine and high temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. We are on alert Thursday for strong winds and an elevated fire risk.