WEATHER SUMMARY: High pressure to the west will bring quiet weather for the next several days. Look for mainly clear skies and cold air tonight with lows from the upper 20s to mid 30s. Tuesday will be sunny and cool with a high around or a little over 60. But a warming trend arrives later in the week. By late week… highs will climb to near 70 degrees… a few degrees above normal for this time of year. Unfortunately… there are no major rain chances to help out our drought conditions. Most places won’t see any rain for at least the next 6 days.

Tonight: Remaining clear and cold. Lows will bottom out in the upper 20s and lower 30s.

Tuesday: More sunshine and temperatures reaching the lower 60s in most locations.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny with a moderating trend. High in the upper 60s.

TROPICAL UPDATE: Tropical cyclone formation is not expected. The last day of Atlantic basin hurricane season is November 30th.

–Chief Meteorologist Lee Haywood

Categories: Daily Forecast

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