Good Wednesday morning! Temperatures may feel a little chilly but I assure you, they’re a bit closer to normal for this time of year. A little patchy fog in the Hwy 2 corridor may cause some slower moving morning traffic. A general decrease in clouds this morning will lead to a mostly sunny afternoon. Highs will return to the 50s and lower 60s with light wind from the west and southwest this afternoon.
Tonight, a mostly clear night with temperatures dipping back down to the mid 30s. Thursday will be the warmest day with highs returning to the lower to mid 60s. Unseasonably warm is an understatement! With light wind and plenty of sun, Thursday will feel like an early October day. It’s hard to believe we’re talking 60s in November!
Friday, a mostly sunny sky with highs returning to the upper 50s to around 60 degrees. It looks like the opening of deer hunting season will be incredibly warm this year!
-Amber Wheeler, KX Weather