Very warm, then very cold
The next few days are going to be well above average, which is in the lower 60s this time of year. Highs will be in the upper 60s for Election Day Tuesday and in the middle 70s for Wednesday and Thursday.
For Election Day Tuesday (above) the forecast is a warm one. We’ll start the day in the upper 40s and warm into the lower 50s by 8am. By 10am, we’re already very close to what our average highs are. We’ll eventually warm into the upper 60s by the middle of the afternoon with a mix of clouds and sun.
Stormcast is showing that we’ll be most cloudy through out the day on Tuesday with a few sprinkles to our northwest. We’ll see the sun every now and then, too.
For the rest of us on Tuesday, we’ll be in the middle 60s to the lower 70s, which is well above average. This continues into the end of the week.
After Thursday, the cooldown begins. We’ll be in the lower 60s for Friday and into the 40s by the weekend! The chance for precipitation is very low through early next week.
KBSI Chief Meteorologist