Finally!!!! After almost a month’s worth of below-normal high temperatures, seasonable conditions are right around the corner.
The last day Rochester had high temperatures above normal was all the way back on October 21st. The recorded high temperature was just one degree above normal. Since then we’ve experienced 23 straight days with below-normal high temperatures. As of late, temperatures have been really cold with highs staying below freezing. Out of the last nine days, eight of them have featured highs at or below 32°. It’s been quite the cold stretch lately, but it could be coming to an end quickly.
Highs will warm into the upper 30s by Friday and will stay in the upper 30s through Monday. Then we have a chance at reaching the 40° mark by Tuesday/Wednesday. We could actually have our first above normal day temperature-wise since October 21st!
There are several chances for precipitation in the extended forecast. A light rain/snow mix will be possible Saturday night into Sunday morning. Then again through the daytime hours on Monday.
Overall, enjoy the warmer weather next week! Then teens aren’t returning in the near future!!!