Wednesday, October 4, 2017 –
Good Evening. The dry weather continued again this afternoon as a ridge of high pressure dominates the region. Take a look at this satellite imagery from College of DuPage.
The clear skies certainly brought some cool air to the region this morning. Take a look at some of the low temperatures.
High pressure will keep us dry and warm through Friday. Take a look at the Storm Team 11 Forecast Maps.
8 PM Tonight – Skies will be clear and temperatures mild.
11 PM Tonight – Clear skies will prevail.
8 AM Thursday – We start the day with sunny skies and mild temperatures.
Noon Thursday – Sunny skies and warm temperatures are forecast for the region.
4 PM Thursday – We stay sunny and warm.
8 PM Thursday – High pressure keeps up dry.
We are keeping a watchful eye on the tropics. Take a look at Tropical Depression 16. Image: NOAA.
This system is forecast to become a Hurricane over the weekend. If that does in fact happen, it will be Hurricane Nate.
Here is a look at the latest forecast models.
Look where this storm is headed.
This storm could bring us some much needed rainfall into the weekend and early next week.
6 PM Friday – We are sunny and dry.
7 AM Saturday – Tropical Moisture will surge north.
4 PM Saturday – Finally! Rain moves into the southeast.
7 AM Sunday – Tropical moisture along with a front will increase our rain chances.
Take a look at the Storm Team 7-Day Forecast. Rain is on the way!
Have a great night everyone!
News Channel 11