Fremd 7 Day Forecast: Week of 11/17/2020


Jon Siemianowski, Meteorologist


The upcoming week will feature weather patterns similar to last week in terms of temperature changes and weekend rain as a variety of weather systems are poised to impact the area. On Tuesday 11/10, the region experienced some late-season severe weather which brought damaging winds to the area. Nothing like this is expected this week. However, large temperature swings will be likely at times this week as a few different frontal boundaries shift around the region. As temperatures start to moderate in the 50s over the weekend, rain will become likely at times before a final push of cold air enters the region into early next week.


Daily Forecast:

Tuesday 11/17: Unseasonably cold temperatures to start the week with plenty of sunshine throughout the day. High temperature of 39°, with a low of 27°.

Wednesday 11/18: Mainly sunny with a few clouds and temperatures closer to average. High of 47° and a low of 43°.

Thursday 11/19: Generally partly cloudy with more clouds in the evening and much warmer temperatures. Winds may be gusty at times. High temperature of 61° with a low temperature of 46°.

Friday 11/20: Pleasant with partly cloudy skies and warm temperatures. High of 55° cooling to a low of 44°.

Saturday 11/21: Moderating temperatures with rain showers in the morning evolving into a steadier rain towards evening. High of 53° falling to a low of 46°.

Sunday 11/22: Rain likely alongside a steep temperature drop, most likely occurring during the morning hours. High temperature of 52° with a low temperature of 35°.

Monday 11/23: Cloudy and cold early becoming partly cloudy later in the day, though still cold. High temperature of 43° with a low temperature of 30°.


National Weather Headlines:

Tropical Activity continues to make headlines as yet another storm forms in the Caribbean. Iota, the latest storm to be named, continues to move west and will likely impact Nicaragua and Honduras as a category 4 hurricane early Tuesday. Tropical activity in the Atlantic Basin is not uncommon in November, though it is the month where tropical activity tends to wind down for the season.