SkyWarn 13 Forecast

Updated: 15 minutes ago

QUIET WEATHER RETURNS WITH STRONG, BLUSTERY WINDS IN STORE TO FINISH OUT NOVEMBER

Quieter weather is expected overnight as our storm system lifts out of the state to the Northeast. In its wake, clouds will hang around with strong winds out of the West at 15-25 mph. Gusts may reach as high as 40 mph with patchy blowing and drifting snow not being ruled out. Low temperatures will crash into the upper teens. Besides a stray flurry Wednesday, things will remain dry with a mostly to partly cloudy sky across the region. That said, a very tight pressure gradient overhead will give way to blustery conditions during the day with strong winds sustained from the West between 20 and 25 mph. Highs gusts up to 45 mph can’t be ruled out, so you’ll want to tie down any loose Christmas decorations! With the wind will also come a wind chill factor as our “feels like” temperatures will be in the low to mid-single digits above zero while air temperatures only rise a couple degrees to the mid-20s.

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Updated: 15 minutes ago
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QUIET WEATHER RETURNS WITH STRONG, BLUSTERY WINDS IN STORE TO FINISH OUT NOVEMBER

Quieter weather is expected overnight as our storm system lifts out of the state to the Northeast. In its wake, clouds will hang around with strong winds out of the West at 15-25 mph. Gusts may reach as high as 40 mph with patchy blowing and drifting snow not being ruled out. Low temperatures will crash into the upper teens. Besides a stray flurry Wednesday, things will remain dry with a mostly to partly cloudy sky across the region. That said, a very tight pressure gradient overhead will give way to blustery conditions during the day with strong winds sustained from the West between 20 and 25 mph. Highs gusts up to 45 mph can’t be ruled out, so you’ll want to tie down any loose Christmas decorations! With the wind will also come a wind chill factor as our “feels like” temperatures will be in the low to mid-single digits above zero while air temperatures only rise a couple degrees to the mid-20s.

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