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Swings in Temperature, Sunny Skies

Despite some ups and downs in the temperature department, our forecast looks crystal clear.

Posted: Nov 16, 2020 4:49 PM

What. A. Day. Sure, it was a little chilly earlier this morning, but this afternoon was nothing short of beautiful. Afternoon highs peaking in the low 60s are just what the doctor ordered for this time of the season, but like all good things the mild weather must to come to an end. I'm tracking an inbound cold front hauling in from the U.S./Canadian border expected to pass overhead early Tuesday. Morning lows won't necessarily take a hit, but our afternoon high most certainly will; after reaching 61° on Monday, we'll only reach 49° come Tuesday afternoon!

If you think that's a bit chilly, you're really going to hate Wednesday morning. Driven lower by the combination of northerly winds, clear skies and the arrival of that Canadian air mass, our mercury will dive to its lowest point in over two weeks... The last time we saw temperatures as cold as 28°, was on the morning of November 2nd; many of us found ourselves weathering the bitterly cold temperatures waiting lines to cast our ballot. Fortunately, the blast of arctic air will exit as quickly as it will arrive - Temperatures will be on a gradual warming trend through the remainder of the work week and into the weekend ahead.

High pressure is expected to keep the skies above the Tri-State clear through at least Saturday when temperatures reach 15° beyond the average norm. Sunday on the other hand, represents the Ohio Valley's next chance for organized rainfall. Usually a significant temperature spike, much like the one we'll all see later this week, signifies that an equally noteworthy cooldown is sure to follow. It appears as though that will be the case Sunday - a cold front generating rainfall will likely pass through the region and drop temperatures from near 70° on Saturday, right back down to 49° on Monday.

Wear Your Mask.

Evansville
Clear
38° wxIcon
Hi: 40° Lo: 23°
Feels Like: 30°
Owensboro
Clear
41° wxIcon
Hi: 41° Lo: 27°
Feels Like: 33°
Princeton
Clear
36° wxIcon
Hi: 38° Lo: 22°
Feels Like: 27°
Madisonville
Clear
40° wxIcon
Hi: 41° Lo: 29°
Feels Like: 32°
Jasper
Clear
36° wxIcon
Hi: 40° Lo: 23°
Feels Like: 28°
Conditions are dry, but chilly. Winds have strengthened out of the north making it feel bitterly cold. As we head into the overnight hours temperatures will fall into the mid 20s. As winds stay gusty out of the north it will make it feel more like the teens Sunday morning under clear skies. The majority of the Tri-State will remain dry come Sunday afternoon. There is a slim chance that some of our communities across the far southern reaches of the Tri-State could see some light snowfall early in the afternoon, but it's looking like it will stay south and east of the Tri-State. We'll climb to a high temperature of 38° with sunny and breezy conditions. Gusts out of the north could reach 25-30 MPH.
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