Record Warmth Through Monday

Since most of us have already had a first frost this unseasonably warm and somewhat muggy stretch can be called our second summer!

We tied the record high of 75° at T.F. Green Saturday and it looks like we will beat the record for Sunday which currently stands at 72° set in 2020. I’m expecting highs to reach around 74° even though there will be quite a bit of clouds around. You’ll also notice that it’ll be slightly humid. Sunday night there may be a spot shower around, otherwise cloudy and unusually mild with lows in the low 60s.

Monday, sunny and another potential record breaking day, but as we move into the afternoon hours it will be turning much more comfortable as the dewpoint temperature drops significantly behind the passage of a cold front. High temps in the mid 70s. Record high temp is 76° in 2020. Monday night, cooler and clear. Low to mid 40s.

Tuesday through Thursday, mainly sunny and a more typical November temperature pattern. High temps in the mid 50s, overnight low temps in the 30s and 40s.

Veteran’s Day, mostly cloudy. Low to mid 60s.

ABC6 Meteorologist, Bill Gile

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