What a difference a day makes. A powerful cold front swept through overnight and sent our temperatures into a nosedive replacing mild pacific air with a cold Canadian air mass. Readings for Black Friday will be mired in the low to mid 30s and with some lingering cloudiness, patchy flurries will be a distinct possibility. Blustery Northwest winds will also put a nasty chill in the air. High pressure will build in through the day and into tonight helping to clear out the skies in time for the first part of the weekend. Saturday promises to be bright but bitter with even colder readings, about 10 degrees below the seasonal average maximum of 43 degrees. Look for a few more clouds but more seasonal readings returning for the end of the holiday weekend on Sunday.
Stay warm, have a great Friday, and terrific weekend!