Temperatures are around 10-20 degrees warmer on this first morning of November, but still cold out there.
TODAY: Sunny and warmer with the high nearing 63. A dry front will push through the area bringing a breezy northerly wind 12-22mph. This front will leave a range in highs with 50s in our northern counties, closer to 70 south.
TONIGHT: If you are heading out to High School Football games or First Friday Art Trail temperatures will drop pretty quickly after the sun sets. Northerly wind will also drop to around 10-15mph with a clear sky, low nearing 26.
WEEKEND: Sunshine with some high clouds for both days. Saturday will be chilly as highs will stay in the 50s. Sunday warming up quickly with highs nearing 70.
NEXT WEEK: A weak front will drop highs some Tuesday, but staying dry and sunny through early Wednesday. A stronger front drops highs with a disturbance moving in from the west. Temperatures for now look to stay above freezing, the disturbance will bring a chance for rain through Thursday.
Have a great Friday and weekend! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.