Fall Breathes pt. 2

Cold front still set to move through the area and bring us a chilly weekend. Some freeze watches have been placed in North Dakota in anticipation of this movement. System will drop out of Canada followed with a high pressure system to help give that cold air a push.

Can expect increasing clouds today. The morning started great but evidence of the incoming cold front will pop up soon enough. Usually a layer of wispy cirrus clouds will start things off before clouds generally get thicker and more dense. With the passage of the front, some shower activity can be expected tonight. Models showing a fairly good amount of rain moving across the midsection of the state. Behind the front temps will continue to fall.

The weekend high? Oh around the low 50s. Break out the fall clothing if you haven’t done so already. And while you are digging those items out of storage, better grab the extra blankets and flannel sheets as lows will plummet into the lower 30s. Heck we could even see some wind chills in the mid 20s, but lets not get too brisk. Don’t be surprised if you wake up seeing a layer of frost, specifically Sunday morning. Higher chance of frost the further north you are, but pretty sure some evidence of freezing will be apparent in most locations.

Moderate warm up will follow next week with highs in the 60s and lows steadily increasing to the low 40s, but struggling.


About gweatherc
Live in Michigan and enjoy observing the weather. Want to pursue it as a career! Currently taking classes at Central Michigan University.

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