Oct 7 PM Weather Forecast Update – Freezing and freezing to 80 with a few thunderstorms then another big warm after a cool down…. | New

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A few lake effect showers and/or splashes may persist (mainly in the north) this evening with considerable lake effect cloudiness over the viewing area.

Clearing will occur overnight, however, particularly over the western half of the viewing area.

Frost watches and warnings, as well as frost advisories are widespread from Kansas to Kentucky this evening.






Our lows will fall to 29-36.

The coldest temperatures will be in our western counties where the skies will be clear the earliest.

Some lake effect clouds may linger into tomorrow morning in our eastern and northeast counties making it less cold.







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With sunny skies, highs of 56-61 are expected tomorrow.

However, extremely dry air and wind can make the air feel a bit cooler than the actual air temperature.

West winds can gust 20-25 mph in the afternoon.







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Lows of 32-38 are expected tomorrow evening with clear skies.

The southwest wind will begin in the northwest half of the viewing area overnight, making this area warmer than the southeast half.







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As for Sunday, it looks to be warming up to 67-72 with southwesterly winds blowing at 25-33 mph.







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With dew points extremely low in the 20s this weekend and dry grass and crops in the fields, the danger of brush and field fires will be quite high.

Even Monday, dew points will be in the 30s with winds from the southwest and 70s leading to a high fire risk.







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