Published: 10.17.17 7:47am
Good Morning Folks! Temps are close to freezing this morning with morning lows in the mid 30’s along the valley floor, while the ridgelines dipped down to the low – mid 30’s around midnight, but quickly bounced back to the upper 30’s by sunrise. We’ll experience another cold night tonight with temps a few degrees colder than this morning and there may be another shot for frost Wednesday night for the valleys, however the higher elevations look to be warm enough as they dip into the low 40’s. Temps today through the middle of the week will be slightly below normal to near normal as temps rise to the low 50’s – upper 60’s, but they’ll eventually reach the mid 60’s – mid 70’s by the end of the week as sunshine continues to dominate the forecast. Clouds will increase across the region Sunday as southerly flow increases ahead of a front that should arrive Monday, possibly bringing us another round of showers (much like last week). All in all, fall weather throughout the week and with colors peaking, we highly recommend getting out and about to enjoy the fall scenery.
Sunshine will dominate the forecast today through Saturday and temps will gradually rise from the low 50’s – upper 60’s today to the mid 60’s – mid 70’s by Saturday. Overnight lows will dip into the mid 30’s tonight and then the upper 30’s Wednesday for the valleys, while the higher elevations deal with temps in the upper 30’s tonight... click here for more