Cold Front/Upper Disturbance with Spotty ShowersOctober 16th, 2013 at 10:19 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
Where skies have cleared tonight, it is downright cold! Where they are still cloudy or have turned cloudy, there are not as bad.
Temperatures vary from 41 to 51 from south to north across the viewing area. I think lows will vary tonight from 38-45.
Regardless, cold front & upper disturbance are booking it east & northeastward.
That said, will raise lows a hair to 38-45, (given rapid arrival of clouds from west as stratus erodes), rather than 36-43. Also, it appears that spotty showers will most likely occur in the morning-midday, then more sun will appear, with this fast-moving front.
Highs of 58-63 look good with breezy conditions (southwest to west winds at 10-20 mph).
Tomorrow night appears to turn clear with lows in the 30s, followed by mostly sunny skies & highs of 61-66 with southwest winds at 15-25 mph Friday.