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Sunshine & Fall Temps: Jenna Lake’s Forecast

As clear skies continue, our low will once again drop down to freezing. We’ll see light winds out of the West tonight at 5 mph as high pressure continues to dominate our region.

We start the morning with an abundance of sunshine, but as the day goes on some clouds are likely to move in during the afternoon and evening hours. Otherwise, we’ll see a high of 50. A beautiful day is expected, the only limiting factor to that is breezy NW winds 10-20 mph.

Temperatures cool down a bit on Tuesday after all that NW flow. We’ll still see plenty of sunshine but will have a chilly high temperature of 42 degrees. Our winds will calm down a bit from Monday out of the NW at only 5-10 mph.

With more sunshine and winds shifting to be from the South at 5-10 mph on Wednesday, temperatures will climb to 48 degrees. We are sticking with that high pressure through Wednesday, but unfortunately the sunshine has to end sometime.

I am currently watching a low pressure system that will enter our area on Thursday, and it looks like there’s still a bit of uncertainty given the strength, positioning, and timing of this particular cyclone. For this reasoning I’ve put a 30% chance of precip on both Thursday & Friday, and a 20% on Saturday. My initial thoughts are that this low pressure system will bring us a couple of days of light, off and on rain. This could change.

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Jenna Lake


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