Thursday November 18 2021
With sunshine, temperatures have jumped into the 70s across much of our region. A strong cold front is on the way, and this type of front has most of the rain behind it. That means, once it passes, the rain should linger for a few hours.
This puts in question the weather through this evening and overnight. The latest HRRR Radar Simulation is below to compare with live radar. Also the cloud over expected at 4 AM for the lunar eclipse.
Temperatures at 2 PM
Be aware… temperatures tomorrow afternoon will be 25 to 30 degrees colder than they are now.
The arrival has been faster than expected, so we will get in on the rain before dark in western suburbs. However, the clearing should be granted for much of our region in time to view the midpoint of the lunar eclipse tonight.
Compare the Live radar to the forecast simulation below.
Radar Simulation —> slider
Also see: Historic Near Total Lunar Eclipse Friday Morning
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