With a southwest flow extending through the overnight hours, Tuesday night… we’ll see Wednesday get off to a mild start.
Wednesday will start off mild, with a mix of clouds and sunshine. The southwest flow should help temperatures climb up into the mid 50s by mid day. But a frontal boundary will push through early in the afternoon, and shift winds around out of the northwest. As that northwest flow increases and gusts over 20mph at times during the afternoon… we’ll see temperatures begin to fall a few degrees. But even with the advancing chill during the afternoon, Wednesday is shaping up to be a rather mild, late November day.
The northwest wind will continue into the evening hours on Wednesday. This will usher in some much colder Canadian air. Expect clearing skies Wednesday night, and temperatures falling into the low and mid 20s for overnight lows. The seasonal chill should hold on for Thursday, as the winds once again shift out of the southeast. That will bring some clouds back into the picture, and possibly even a spot sprinkle or rain shower before sunset. But all together, Thursday looks like a seasonably chilly… dry day.
We’ll see some scattered showers push through overnight Thursday night, but nothing of significance. Just a few wet roads after midnight, possibly extending into the morning commute on Friday. But we’ll focus on the details as we get closer.