Wednesday: High temperatures will peak in the low 60s but locations northeast of the Golden Triangle may not get out of the upper 50s. A cool breeze from the north between 5 and 15 mph will put that fall chill back into the air.
Wednesday Night: Mostly clear skies will continue. Temperatures look like they will only fall into the upper 30s. Widespread frost seems unlikely.
Thursday: It will be a nice and sunny day. Upper 60s to low 70s are possible here while 50s and low 60s seem more likely farther north. The wide temperature spread is because of an approaching cold front. Heading to the MSU game in the evening? Be sure to wear a jacket because temperatures will be cooling thru the 50s and into the upper 40s by the 4th quarter.
Thursday Night: Clear and chilly conditions persist. Mid 30s are expected and that could lead to some areas of frost.
Friday: Bright blue sky and crisp Canadian air will be the norm. Upper 50s may be the best we can do even with a still powerful October sun.
Friday Night: Clear skies, light wind, and dry air may allow for the first freeze of the season. Low 30s by morning are expected.
Weekend: Mostly sunny skies can be expected. Temps will be in the low 60s for Saturday while upper 60s should return on Sunday.
Next Week: Seasonable temperatures build back in. A strong cold front may spark some showers and storms by Wednesday or Thursday. We’ll continue to monitor for severe weather potential during the coming days.
Follow @WCBIWEATHER on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram