midday and this afternoon. This is the cold front moving in. As of now, things are quiet. Cloudy skies remain and temperatures are in the upper 40s and low 50s.
Rain showers moving closer as the strong upper low moves across the Midwest today. We had a few showers with the warm front yesterday. Today will be the warm front lifting and letting most of us warm nicely into the low to middle 60s. Of course, this warm up will occur around midday. The front will sweep through this afternoon which will allow cool air to work in this evening. Rain showers likely for all locations today. Rain amounts will be minor, totaling between 0.25” and 0.75” in most places. Breezy conditions will be present as well, mostly midday. Afterwards, we cool this evening and will bottom out near, but mostly above freezing tomorrow. Of course, there will be a few areas that dip below freezing (looking at you Monticello). There will also be an abundance of fog around, so freezing fog is not out of the question. This means there could be a light layer of ice on windshields and surfaces. There will be more sunshine Monday, before clouding over again Tuesday. The next front arrives Wednesday and the rain should be mostly finished as we break dawn on Thanksgiving Day.