Fall-Like Temperatures for Your Weekend

Days at a Glance:

Friday: Begin at a chilly 38! Scattered fog is possible in the early morning hours and should dissipate quickly after daybreak. High of 65 under sunny skies with scattered clouds increasing into the evening. Winds light and variable.

Saturday: Start the day with a low of 45. High of 58 under cloudy skies. A 60% chance of light to moderate showers in the early to mid-morning hours. Accumulations should remain under .10 of an inch. Clouds will stick around throughout the day before dissipating into the overnight hours. Winds will be mostly out of the west around 5-7 mph.

Sunday: Begin the day at a chilly 37! Sunny skies will dominate as temperatures top out at 65. Winds will be from the SSW at 10-12 mph.


The weather will remain fairly mundane as we head into the weekend despite the chance for light showers on Saturday. Tomorrow will start out in the upper 30’s so dust off the coat if you already haven’t since nighttime and morning temperatures will remain chilly throughout the weekend. The high tomorrow will reach the mid 60’s under sunny skies with clouds increasing into the evening hours. This will help to moderate the low somewhat and keep it in the mid 40’s. This is in association with a very weak and dissipating cold front projected to slide through the area midday Saturday. Due to the near absence of moisture, the greatest guarantee is overcast skies with light to moderate showers possible. Accumulations under .10 of an inch are expected in the morning hours after daybreak before dissipating around noon.


NAM 15Z (10am CDT) Saturday morning Composite Reflectivity showing scattered precipitation over the Ohio River Valley in association with the weak frontal boundary.

Clouds will hang around into the evening before dissipating overnight. Sunday will once again begin on a cold note, but will be absolutely beautiful under sunny skies with a high in the mid 60’s so get out and enjoy the great fall weather!

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