Temps will fall quickly tonight with clearing skies and lows in the 30s. Some spots away from the lake could see upper 20s. We'll have some fog mixing in across the NW.
For Monday, we'll see early sunshine with temps starting out in the 30s, but quickly moving into the low to mid 50s. A few clouds will roll in from the west through the day, but we'll stay dry.
Under mainly sunny skies, temps are already in the low 50s. I expect to be a few degrees warmer through the afternoon with highs approaching 60.
Get ready for another sunshine filled day as temperatures warm well into the 50s to cap the weekend. Areas along the lakeshore will top out in the upper 50s Sunday afternoon while areas inland approach 60º. Normal temps this time of year are near 50º so enjoy the above average temps while they are here.
THANKSGIVING FORECAST: Mostly sunny with highs near 60. The record high of 66 in1940 should be safe.
After the Thanksgiving Holiday, we'll shift our focus toward the weekend. Models are hinting at a real blast of cold air. Expect rain late Friday and potentially switching over to snow through Saturday as the cold air rushes in. More details will be pinned down as we get closer to the weekend. For now, enjoy the weather we have and get ready for the our next cold blast.
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