Hope you enjoyed the mild weather today, because it’ll be a distant memory by tomorrow.
A cold front will move across the region tonight, bringing some showers with it, but it will also sweep our mild weather offshore and replace it with temperatures closer to normal for mid-November. An upper-level disturbance moves across the region on Friday with some clouds and maybe a shower, but with high pressure building in at the surface, it will turn drier and cooler. That high keeps us dry and cool on Saturday, but clouds will start streaming in late in the day ahead of the next storm system. A warm front moves through on Sunday, allowing temperatures to moderate again, but some showers or even a period of steady rain is likely Sunday night into Monday as another cold front approaches the region.
Thursday night: Cloudy with showers likely. Low 33-40.
Friday: Becoming mostly sunny and breezy, but clouds may pop up during the afternoon. High 42-49.
Friday night: Clear skies. Low 24-31.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, clouds start to increase again late in the day. High 40-47.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy. Low 30-37.
Sunday: Plenty of clouds, showers may develop late in the day. High 50-57.
Sunday night: Periods of rain and showers, breezy. Low 42-49 in the evening, then temperatures rise a bit at night.
Monday: Cloudy and breezy with showers ending. High 52-59.