Record Warmth Possible?

By: Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe Email
By: Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe Email

Boy, what a nice stretch of weather we are having. A cloudless sky, cool nights, and warm days. If love the outdoors, this is like an extension of Summer. Some folks are wondering if we have any record warmth in sight. Right now, the day most likely to break records is going to be Saturday. We have highs in the upper 70's and lower 80's, with the records being in that range. Hard to believe that on November 1st, it is going to be that warm...

Unfortunately, this type of weather always troubles me this time of year. Usually, when we see a big stretch of warm weather we will follow it up with stretch of equally cold weather. Right now, there is no real sign of this occurring anytime soon. However, there is some cold air pooling near the Arctic Circle that could be tapped by a big pattern switch.

Hate to be a buzz kill with the beautiful weather we are seeing, but at some point it all has to balance out. We will continue to watch this trend closely.

Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe

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