WBKO 13 News First Alert Forecast
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Prepared by Shane Holinde
Friday, November 9, 2018
...ARCTIC BLAST TO BRING A HARD FREEZE FRIDAY NIGHT...
The arctic invasion has taken over! We may see a passing flurry or two Friday night as a weak upper wave moves through, but nothing more. A hard freeze is likely as we clear out by Saturday morning. Veteran's Day weekend looks dry but cold, especially Saturday, with highs only in the upper 30s! Looking ahead into next week, yet another blast of even colder Arctic air arrives late Monday. At this time, it appears rain breaks out at first Monday afternoon, possibly changing to snow Monday night before ending Tuesday morning. Measurable snow is possible, depending on the system's track. A warming trend sets in for the middle of next week but temperatures will continue well below the seasonal average of 63°.
Your Hometown Weather Leader Forecast...
SATURDAY: Sunny but Unseasonably Cold
High 39, Low 20, winds N-6
SUNDAY: Mostly Sunny and Warmer
High 52, Low 35, winds SE-7
MONDAY: Rain Developing, Possibly Changing to Snow Late Night
High 47, Low 32, winds NE-12