Tonight: Several counties in the WCBI viewing area are under a Frost Advisory. This means that temperatures in these areas could fall as low as the mid 30s tonight and sensitive vegetation should be protected. Most of us will see temperatures closer to the 40 degree mark, but regardless, this will be another clear, chilly night.
Monday: We will start off clear and should remain that way through midday, but clouds will move in shortly after ahead of a dry cold front. Plan for temperatures to be in the lower 70s with calm winds during the day. Clouds will continue to increase all evening and a stray shower can’t be ruled out as this system passes overnight.
Tuesday: There still could be some lingering clouds as you’re heading out the door. After the morning hours, though, the skies will clear making for yet another beautiful Fall day. High temperatures will top out near the 70 degree mark in the afternoon.
Wednesday– Friday: Starting with Hump Day, we will see high temperatures in the mid to upper 60s for the rest of the week under clear, sunny skies. Overnight lows will be in the low 40s with a few upper 30s possible again when yet another cold front passes Thursday.
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