Mother Nature is having a hard time deciding on her favorite season this weekend. It’ll be cold again tonight but we’re not looking at record-breaking low temperatures.
As we start next week on Monday, temperatures will warm back up into the mid 70s, but we will still have sunny skies!
Gradually colder air continues to filter into MI today, tonight and Halloween.
A storm system heading through the northern Great Lakes will push a cold front through the area today.
A quiet start to the day with morning temperatures in the 30s, 40s and 50s under a clear sky.
After most areas reaching a freeze overnight, lows tonight should be a few degrees higher.
Unsettled and soggy this weekend with highs remaining in the lower 60s.
Strong winds with gusts over 50 miles per hour are likely to continue Monday before slowly abating Monday night and Tuesday. Winds from the west remain blustery, gusting near 30-35 miles per hour before diminishing by around dinnertime.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy. Accordingly, it will be a few degrees warmer in the lower 50s. Temperatures are in the lower 50s once more.
Fri: High: 64 Low: 44 Mostly sunny. Rain and snow showers may continue to fall over some areas on Halloween, mainly during the morning, but additional accumulations of snow should be confined to the higher terrain southwest of Pueblo.