WBKO 13News First Alert Forecast
Prepared by Chris Reece
Sunday, November 5, 2017
We were just shy of tying the record high of 82° set back in 1909 as we reached 81° warm degrees for the first Sunday of November. Attention now turns on the transition of temperatures from above average to below, and there are storms to go along with it. We've watched storms across much of the NW earlier today and now those are poised to rumble through our part of the state as most of us are sleeping. Into Monday, temperatures hang in the chilly 50s and low 60s as the passing cold front stalls just to our south. This sets the stage for waves of low pressure riding along it to bring additional rain chances through the first half of the week.
Your Hometown Weather Leader Forecast...
MONDAY: Showers and Thunderstorms Early, Mainly Cloudy
High 64, Low 56, winds NW-10
TUESDAY: Periods of Showers and Rain
High 62, Low 46, winds NE-7
WEDNESDAY: A Slight Chance of a Shower, Mostly Cloudy
High 54, Low 38, winds NE-11