FALL ROLLER COASTER...
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We've been on a roller coaster ride so far this month and we're down at the bottom now. We started off November chilly, then rebounded back well above normal for about a week. Check out the temperature departure (for highs) for November 6-12:
Now we've had snowflakes and a big chill. And that continues into the third week of the month. A clipper moved through Saturday night into Sunday and will pull down even colder air for Sunday afternoon:
In the wake of that system we'll have the winds kicking up in the late morning and early afternoon:
We'll then be dropping down into to the low to mid 20s Sunday night into Monday morning:
Temperatures get a little warmer, but we stay cool on Monday afternoon...
And we continue going up on the roller coaster ride on Tuesday:
There will be a cold front that comes through Tuesday into Wednesday. Right now it doesn't look to produce much in the way of precipitation in my local area, but there will likely be some rain in parts of Illinois:
And that will send us back on down on the roller coaster.... by Thursday afternoon we're back in the 30s for high temperatures:
Hang tight for the roller coaster ride!