WINDY after a bumpy night!

Temperatures will be mild today with highs stretching from the low and mid 60s north and close to 70 in the south. The story will be the howling winds, especially the higher terrain and the northern regions. Wind advisories are posted for many!

I do not want to forget that last night's severe weather was wild and took me by surprise. If you happen to be on my twitter account I did do quite a bit of blasting about it. Sorry for no heads up otherwise.

Winds will subside tonight with temps falling into the 30s for many north and west, 40s for the south. Much cooler tomorrow with increasing clouds and some showers as a secondary system quickly move through the area. This system will ultimately provide snowy ridges to the western facing mountain's higher elevations. Temps will be in the low to mid 50s north and west, and around 60 south. Temps obviously colder in the mountains!

Much cooler for Friday with many seeing highs in the 40s to around 50 north, and around 60 for the south. Add a few degrees for Saturday and a few more for Sunday along with sunshine and you have the weekend.

Early next week we will see mild conditions and temps will approach the mid 60s north and low and mid 70s south. Later next week we could see a good cold shot of air, the coldest so far this season, just in time for the Holiday and to get you in the mood for the Christmas season.

As for me, been busy with a very sick child (including a 3 day stay at the hospital) and hoping for a slow down as we head into the Turkey day season!

Looking forward to the wintry weather sometime soon!

All for now!

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