Cold, but sunny to kick off the Black Friday savings!
Today: A FRIGID start to your Black Friday, with temperatures that ran even colder for overnight lows in some locations. A FROST ADVISORY and a HARD FREEZE WARNING are still in effect for areas west of the Cascades until 9:00 a.m. Patchy fog has also been seen on some of the weather cams. That, along with icy will be the main driving concerns heading into the afternoon. Temperatures running about average for the west side between the 40’s and 50’s, but the basin will sit about 5 degrees below ranging from the 20’s to the 30’s. Sunny skies prevail, with gusts winds out of the northeast, 5-25 mph; gusts to 40.
Tonight: Overnight expect similar temperatures. Clear skies will make for a VERY COLD morning with regional temperatures ranging from the 40’s down to negative numbers. Wind chill values will be lower, especially in the High Country and on the east side. **Remember that frostbite can occur very quickly in areas that have very low wind chills, so cover all exposed skin if heading outside for a long stretch.
Tomorrow: Tomorrow, temperatures will run about the same in the morning or a little warmer. We will also rise a few degrees in the afternoon. Clear skies remain overhead, and winds a little breezy at times.