First Alert Forecast: Breezy, chilly conditions have moved in...

Below-average temperatures will last through the weekend!

First Alert Forecast: Breezy, chilly conditions have moved in...
Weekend Planning Forecast (Source: WLBT)

Zeta and the trailing cold front have moved east, leaving us with a breezy and chilly Thursday! Temperatures will quickly drop into the 40s as we carry into the overnight period and wind chills in the upper 30s are certainly possible Friday morning! This will be a common theme through the 7-day forecast as morning lows in the upper 30s/40s are sticking with us well into next week. Afternoon high temperatures will also be below average in this time frame.

Y'all! Check out these upcoming morning feels like temps!! 🥶

Posted by Meteorologist Rachel Coulter on Thursday, October 29, 2020

For our Halloween weekend, anticipate morning lows in the 40s and afternoon highs in the 60s under lots of sunshine. Another cold front will be bringing a push of colder air into the region starting next week, which will leave us even colder Monday - Tuesday! This will mean for a chilly election day for those with plans to head to the polls.

Although no rain chances are in the 7-day forecast, we will be keeping a close eye on a disturbance that will likely develop in the Caribbean over the next 2-5 days! At this point it doesn’t ever look to bring local impacts, but we’ll keep you posted if that changes! Stay tuned for frequent updates!

Rachel's Thursday Evening Forecast

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