Your First Alert Weather Forecast:
Published: Nov. 10, 2020 at 6:17 AM CST
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The party is over with our warm spell of weather... Temperatures are now tumbling behind a cold front that came through the area during the predawn hours. We’ll fall back into the 40s by this afternoon with a breezy north-northeast wind. Afternoon temperatures will be almost 30 degrees colder compared to yesterday, so make sure you’re prepared for the big change!

We’ll have periods of soaking rain through this evening. At times, the rain could be heavy, especially this afternoon. That’s when some thunderstorms will be possible, perhaps with some small hail. Through tonight, many areas will see 1-3″ of rain, which may cause some standing water in low-lying spots, or in areas of poor drainage.

As the rain comes to an end overnight, the wind will get even stronger. Overnight west winds may gust as high as 50 mph! A WIND ADVISORY has been posted late this evening through daybreak Wednesday. Along with the wind, drivers should watch for icy spots towards daybreak tomorrow, as cold air freezes any moisture on the roads.

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TODAY: Periods of soaking rain. Thunder possible this afternoon. Much colder TEMPS: 50s, then falling into the 40s

TONIGHT: Evening rain... 1-3″ total rainfall. Turning windy. Icy spots possible LATE. LOW: 32

VETERANS DAY: Turning sunny. A bit blustery. HIGH: 43 LOW: 33

THURSDAY: Sunshine, then afternoon clouds. A chance of showers or a light mix at NIGHT. HIGH: 51 LOW: 26

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. A bit blustery. HIGH: 38 LOW: 25

SATURDAY: Cloudy with showers developing. A wintry mix is possible NORTH. HIGH: 42 LOW: 38

SUNDAY: Cloudy with a chance of showers. Windy. HIGH: 47 LOW: 32

MONDAY: Broken clouds. Blustery. HIGH: 40

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