The coldest air of the season, so far, is making its way into Campbell County today. By late morning and early afternoon, temperatures will reverse from climbing to falling. Expect cold rain with temperatures falling through the 40s. The colder air with the approaching cold front will push the rain out of the area late today sending temperatures to the upper 20s for most of Campbell County during the overnight hours.
A Freeze Warning runs from midnight Friday through noon on Saturday. A Freeze Warning for Saturday night is yet to be issued but likely will.
Friday features, chilly breezes with rain and falling temperatures. Friday night skies begin clearing late as the rain moves out and temps slide to the upper 20s.
Cold sunshine highlights Saturday on what will be the coldest day of the season with a high of 43. Expect a low of 27 Saturday night under clear skies leaving us with the coldest night of the season so far.
Widespread frost opens Sunday leading to a sunny, warmer day. Sunday’s high tops-out in the lower 50s.
Rain returns Monday. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 11/09/2018-6AM)