KNOE Saturday Night Forecast: Warm Week Ahead
with Meteorologist Margo Altshuler
It has been a great week full of fall-like conditions and these conditions are actually going to stick with us this weekend, next week however is a different story. We are going to continue to see dry sunny conditions next week, but we are going to see a gradual warm-up as we head into the work week. We will see a front move in by the end of the week luckily, putting our temperatures back down closer to average. These cooler conditions towards the end of the week may only last for the weekend and then we will be back to feeling quite toasty yet again.
Tonight: Temperatures are going to drop into the low 50s and we will continue to see clear and dry conditions.
Tomorrow: The second day of October and temperatures sadly increase to the mid-80s, but we will still see sunny skies above.
Monday: We expect to see mostly sunny skies and temperatures to remain in the mid-80s. We are advising that everyone stay hydrated because it is going to get hotter from here.
Tuesday: Copy and Paste Monday.
Wednesday: Temperatures increase even more to the upper 80s, it is very important you remain hydrated. Mostly sunny skies are predicted.
Thursday: Temperatures could potentially reach into the low 90s, making it to be the hottest day of the week. Keep staying hydrated and cool if you have to be outdoors.
Friday: A cold front thankfully comes through and will lower our temperatures to about average for this time of year, the mid-80s.
Saturday: Temperatures stick into the mid-80 range with sunny and dry conditions.
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