(WVUE) - Another cold front pushing through the area overnight Saturday into Sunday. Without much moisture the front will move through dry, but reinforce the seasonably cool and dry weather to finish the weekend. The increased wind and cloud cover will keep overnight lows slightly above Saturday morning's mid to upper 30s on both sides of the lake. The cooler air settles in by mid-day keeping temperatures chilly in the middle 60s under sunny skies for the afternoon.
Monday will be similar with just slightly less cool conditions in the afternoon. A slow warm up begins Tuesday afternoon with highs bouncing back into the low to mid 70s. Rain chances remain low with only a slight chance at a shower as a wave of energy moves over the area late Wednesday into Thursday. Our next cold front may not arrive until the end of the week. It appears we are heading for our driest November on record with no great rain chances before the end of the month.
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