Evening Forecast Sunday, November 12, 2017

We will have some showers with a wintry mix overnight

Tonight, an area of low pressure will pass to our south and that will bring us plenty of clouds with showers and even a wintry mix tonight mostly to the southern part of the area. Caution should be used tonight as there can be some slick spots, even though there will not be much accumulation. Low temperatures tonight will be in the upper 20s to the north and the lower 30s to the south. Monday can start off with an isolated shower or mix, but that will come to an end as the area of low pressure moves off of the coast and high pressure starts to build in. This will allow the clouds to slowly break throughout the day. High temperatures will be reaching the lower to the middle 40s, with a couple spots in the upper 30s. Monday night will be partly clear with low temperatures in the upper 20s to the lower 30s. Tuesday will turn out to have a blend of clouds and sunshine with our high temperatures getting to the lower and middle 40s. It will be partly to mostly clear Tuesday night and this will allow the mercury to fall to around the 30-degree mark. A warm front will move toward the region Wednesday and this will bring us a mix of clouds and sunshine, but some showers can develop later and there could be a wintry mix in spots. High temperatures will be in the middle and upper 40s. Thursday could have a shower or a mix early. Otherwise it will be mild and breezy with high temperatures within a few degrees either side of the 50-degree mark. Friday will have clouds and sunshine to start the day, but an approaching cold front will bring us some showers developing later in the day. It will be a mild day as high temperatures will be in the lower and middle 50s. Saturday the front will move through the region early and it will keep us rather clouds with showers that can become a mix later. High temperatures will be in the 40s. Sunday will then turn out variably cloudy with some snow showers and flurries.

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