A Wind Advisory has been posted for the valley tomorrow, gusts to 45mph possible.
The winds will start to increase tonight keeping the temperatures warmer overnight. Cold air moving in from the north will keep the temperatures cooler tomorrow as a strong system moves to our northeast. The winds won’t last too long, and by Monday they’ll start to diminish before finally calming by Tuesday. Highs will recover into the upper 60s to low 70s by Tuesday as well as the sunny skies we’ve seen for so long this autumn.
Tomorrow we will deal with some thicker clouds, which will begin around noon to 1pm in the valley and will eventually thicken to completely block out the sun in the evening. They’ll be high level clouds though, so don’t expect any rain out of them. Those thick clouds depart by Monday morning leaving only some wispy high clouds for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Another system is in the works for Thursday and Friday, but its exact track is still in question. Some models are showing the storm rolling to our east, another directly over the NorthState, and a third has the system moving to our west. All three solutions bring very different weather for the valley. It is pretty far away now, but we will keep a close eye on the storm to keep you up to date on the latest.
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