November 2, 2010 - Cool Election Day Forecast

By: Mallory Brooke
By: Mallory Brooke

Temperatures remain well below seasonal averages for the next several days with some relief in sight for next week. Read all about it in today's blog!

We begin November on a very fall-like note - it will be very easy to fall into the holiday spirit with weather like this! High temperatures will be in the upper 40's to the mid 50's until Friday. Much cooler air moves in behind our next storm system, bringing our Saturday temperatures to the low 40's - as highs. No worries, that trend won't hang on long. By Sunday, temperatures return to the mid 50's and the 60's return for Monday.

The western slopes of the higher elevations may see their first snow Thursday through the weekend. The Valley shouldn't expect to see any snowflakes out of this system, but temperatures will definitely be cool through Saturday. If you have plans to spend time outside Friday & Saturday (especially at night), be sure to bundle up with lots of layer!

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