Our calm, relatively pleasant weather pattern is ending. And it will do so starting around 9 pm tonight. Rain will develop early tonight, and continue, heavy at times through tomorrow morning. Light rain and drizzle will be on/off into Saturday night. Showers will then linger. It will be breezy at times early Sat and then again on Sunday.
It will also be chilly. Highs on Sat may stay hovering right around 42 all day. Then on Sunday we may rise into the upper 40's with showers redeveloping in the evening and continuing overnight. It is possible for some wet snow to mix with the rain over the higher terrain, but it won't amount to anything.
After Mon we start to get a little milder for Tue and Wed. But another frontal boundary moves SE into our area with some showers Wed, and then a new low or two will ride along that front to bring a soaking rain again sometime next weekend.
We are entering a stormy pattern. This will make us very wet. And it could give us a feel of milder air too. We could see up to 2" rain tonight through Mon morning, with more soaking rain amounts possible next weekend. It will not be overly cold, so no real snow threats, which is nice. Not ready for that yet. It can wait until after Thanksgiving if it wants. I do like snow, but it melts too easy this time of year, so wait until it can stick around then it can come. At least that is my opinion.
Enjoy the rest of today's cool but calm weather.
Pastor Terry. He received his bachelors degree in Meteorology from the State University of New York at Oneonta, in 1994. The education continued as a hobby by reading the blogs of some of the best forecasters in the business. Although forceasting the weather is an imperfect science, it is a pleasure to follow what the Creator has made.