While temperatures will be in the middle 50′s for the first half of the week, big changes are in store as we look toward Wednesday. An early high of 55 will occur during the day before a cold front swings through. Current indications are that the cold air will hold off until the afternoon, then temperatures will fall quickly. A few showers may begin towards evening with a chance of snow flakes mixing in overnight and into the morning hours Thursday. If we do see snow, there will be no accumulation as the ground is well above freezing and temperatures near the surface will warm into the low 40′s for the end of the week.
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This post was written by Aaron Brackett on October 31, 2010