Highs today reached 41-46 after 50-57 yesterday.
Lows will very quickly drop to 23-28 this evening-early tonight with frost. Clouds will then increase with the warm front, light to calm wind should go to the south at 5-10 mph & temperatures should then rise to 28-35 by early Wednesday morning.
Gusts Friday should reach 30-40 mph, then decrease to 20-30 mph later in the day. After low, low humidity Friday, it should surge Saturday.
Front will try to sink southward Saturday & may stall near 18/26 briefly, then move back north Saturday night. Few showers & storms are possible Saturday in the PM along that front for a time. Went for 30% coverage of showers/storms in the late afternoon-night before they move back north out of the viewing area.
Line/band of showers/storms should pass Sunday midday to early afternoon with risk of an isolated severe storm or two. We should see 60s to possibly 70 before front passes & we quickly drop to 50s then 40s.
Winds may gust outside of any storms 30-40 mph.
Looks to turn seasonably cool Monday.
Looks like more 60s to 70 & showers & storms are likely late next week.
If you want snow &/or solid, sustained winter weather, it still looks like you may have to wait until January.
December looks windy, wet, stormy & averaging warmer to much warmer than normal (with even a few record warm temperatures possible).