WTVA Forecast Blog

Canadian high pressure controls our weather for a few days and we reap the chilly benefits.

A cold Black Friday early morning

     Canadian high pressure continues to dominate our weather forecast. We saw a very cold start this morning with most of the overnight lows in the lower to middle 20s. We did warm up very nicely this afternoon due to the abundant sunshine with most of the high temperatures in the middle 50s to lower 60s.

     As we go through the evening and overnight hours we will see high pressure continue to control our weather forecast and this will keep our skies clear. Most of the overnight low temperatures will not be as cold as last nights. We will see most of the area down into the upper 20s to middle 30s.

     As we go through our Black Friday, we will still see high pressure in our area and it moves a little farther eastward. This will allow our area to tap into some warmer southerly winds on the back side of the high pressure. We will see mostly sunny skies and most of the high temperatures will be in the lower to middle 60s. As we go into our Saturday we will see a cold frontal passage and this will drop our temperatures just a little bit as we go into our Sunday. This passage will just giver us a little bit of cloud cover and nothing in the way of precipitation across our area.

     We will once again see a some Canadian high pressure build into our area and linger in our area through our Tuesday. On Wednesday we will see another cold front move into our area, however this passage will give us a slight chance for some showers and maybe an isolated thunderstorm. However, this front will also not have much moisture to work with and hence the slim chances for our area. We will see most of the high temperatures down the line stay in the upper 50s to the upper 60s. While most of our overnight low temperatures will be in the 30s and 40s with a few areas into the middle to upper 20s at times.