High pressure will remain in control through Sunday and Monday, providing for mostly sunny skies. Today, we saw high temperatures a bit warmer than yesterday. Most of us got into the mid to upper 40s, with some lower 50s. That is a little over 10 degrees warmer than yesterday, but still below average for this time of year.
Overnight, temperatures will fall into the low to mid 30s, making for another chilly night. We will have a little bit of a breeze tonight as well, with winds around 5 to 10 mph out of the southwest.
Sunday looks to be a bit warmer than today and closer to seasonable, with afternoon highs getting into the upper 50s and lower 60s, and abundant sunshine. Winds will be breezy tomorrow, with winds out of the southwest at around around 10 to 15 mph. We could even see some gust push a little over 20 mph, especially in some of the higher elevations.
Veterans Day looks to be really nice. Any parades or festivities throughout the day look to be approached with plenty of sunshine. However, as we go into Monday evening, we will have another cold front approach the region. This front will bring in a stronger Arctic air mass than we saw this past week. The cold front will bring rainfall to start Monday night, and then transition over to snowfall Tuesday morning. Not looking at a major snowstorm, but some models are depicting an inch or two of snowfall in some spots. Which could allow for some of the first measurable snow of the season.
Nevertheless, behind this front is going to be some very cold Arctic air. Temperatures Tuesday will struggle to get out of the 20s, with lows Tuesday night falling into the teens. With gusty conditions Tuesday and Wednesday, we could see wind chill factors try and push below zero degrees in some spots. This Arctic blast looks to remain through Wednesday, before warming into the 40s by Thursday.