Pinpoint Weather: Less wind, chilly mornings, and a gradual warming trend for the workweek

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Over the next several days, high pressure will slowly work in from the west. As it settles in, clear skies can be expected and winds will continue to decrease.

An occasional breeze at times can be expected through the afternoon. Although gusts up to 20 mph remain possible today, it will not be nearly as windy as yesterday. Overall it’s looking like a nice fall afternoon.

Tonight, weakening winds and clear skies will allow for prime radiational cooling. This combined with the cooer, dry air that has settled in across our region will allow temperatures to drop into the 40s and 30s.

Not only will it be chilly across the entire region, but some of our mountain communities may have temperatures drop into the low to mid 30s long enough to allow for some patchy frost by daybreak. Areas under a Frost Advisory will want to bring in their potted plants tonight, possibly again tomorrow night, or cover them to protect them from the cold conditions.

We stay dry for the next several days with temperatures climbing just a little more with each passing day. Eventually, we’ll see most of the region, again, with highs in the 70s by Tuesday. Some areas may climb to near 80° by midweek.

Next chance for showers arrives late Thursday into early Friday with a passing cold front.

Enjoy your week!
Meteorologist Sandra Brogan

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