Storm Team 8 Forecast

Mostly Clear and Cool
Frost Likely, Patchy Fog
8am:  33
Noon: 50
High: 58
WIND:  Calm to S-SW 5-10

SUNRISE 8:05 a.m.
SUNSET  6:47 a.m.

Sunshine to Clouds Late in the Day
Partial Solar Eclipse Begins 5:36pm
Isolated Light Shower Tonight, Early Friday

EARLY MORNING  Mostly clear and cold through the early morning hours.  We’ll have frost in most areas and a chance of patchy fog.  Temperatures will dip into the upper 20s to low 30s.

LATER TODAY  Look for partly to mostly sunny skies through midday.  Clouds will begin to increase by late afternoon and evening, with a chance (40%) of an isolated rain shower Thursday night or very early Friday.  Highs today will again reach the mid-upper 50s.

FRIDAY  Friday may start cloudy with a brief shower or sprinkles here and there, but skies will become partly sunny for the afternoon.  Highs will be near 60 (cooler near the lake).  It will be dry for the Football Frenzy Friday evening.

WEEKEND WEATHER  The weekend looks fantastic with partly to mostly sunny skies, dry conditions and relatively mild temperatures.  Afternoon highs for Saturday will reach the low 60s (it will feel cooler thanks to a stiff wind) and the upper 50s on Sunday.

LOOKING AHEAD  Most of Monday looks dry and mild with highs in the mid-upper 60s.  We’ll have a chance of showers (even an isolated t-shower) Monday night and Tuesday.  A cool front will come through Tuesday.  It will be a breezy day and temperatures will likely reach the mid 60s before the front comes through.  Temperatures will be back in the low-mid 50s on Wednesday.

Check out Bill’s Blog for more on the long-range forecast, including what the models are saying about Halloween with the snow cover in Canada giving us a clue as to what our winter will be like.