Be prepared for a weather ride as this weekend's temperatures move up and down.
Thursday is a cooler November day with bit of sunshine and a high near 38, according to the National Weather Service. It is breezy outside though, with winds gusting as high as 25 mph.
Temps struggle to recover into the upper 30s and with a brisk westerly breeze, it will feel even colder overnight.
As cold high pressure drifts eastward into Ohio Valley, return flow sets up WAA (warm air advection) pattern starting later tonight. Even though it starts out cold tonight, temps will slowly start to rebound by dawn as SSW wind increases. Windy and turning warmer tomorrow with more sunshine as temps climb into the upper 40s to lower 50s. Gusty wind will make it feel cooler than it will be.
Models continue to show developing storm system to our northwest for start of the weekend with heavy snow in the northern plains, but we’re still on the windy, warmer side of this system as temps reach upper 50s (low 60s possibly south). Certainly more clouds, but models backing down on precipitation threat. Some showers may develop, but for now it looks to be late Saturday and Saturday night before a cold front hits.
Sunday morning, expect clouds to break for at least partly sunny skies and with afternoon temps in the upper 40s, Bear’s game day forecast looking good.
Thursday night remains clear with a slight drop to a low of 33. Friday, the temps pick back up slightly increasing to a high near 48. Clouds move in Friday night with lows in the upper 30s.
Saturday expect a spike in temperatures. Highs are expected to be in the 50s. It could be a rainy and cloudy day with a 30 percent chance of rain.