After the cold front pushed through on Sunday, temperatures are much cooler. Anywhere from 5 degrees cooler to 25 degrees cooler than Sunday morning, things will warm up into the 50s today. Even with us in the 50s, temps will still be about 10 degrees below what is considered normal for the first half of November.
There are some isolated rain chances in far eastern portions of Green Country. Keep your umbrella handy thought the day if you are east of Highway 69.
Rain chances increase for today and become a tad more widespread. Temperatures continue to cool down, dropping almost 10 degrees from Monday. Cloudy conditions stick around and winds pick up out of the north.
Most of the rain chances will be in southeastern portions of Green Country, but overnight, the chance increase into Wednesday morning and continues to increase in area.
Morning temperatures drop into the 30s, but with clouds overnight they don't drop to freezing. Afternoon highs stay in the upper 40s and rain chances make an appearance for the morning.
The rain chances will become more widespread for the morning hours before clearing out. All the rain should stop in the area by Wednesday night with warmer temperatures moving in for the end of the week and the weekend.
Instead of temperatures dropping from day to day, we will actually see temperatures warm up. Thursday will be about 10 degrees warmer than Wednesday and sunshine returns instead of cloudy and rainy conditions.
Winds stay out of the north, but they will not be near as strong as Tuesday.
The warm up continues as temperatures climb into the 60s again, around average for the first half of November. Sunny skies stick around though most of the day with winds returning back out of the south.
Rain chances make another appearance, but temperatures stay close to average, in the low 60s. The rain will not make the day a complete wash out, but you will want to keep your umbrella handy if you have any outdoor plans.
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