Weather with Pat Pagano – November 7, 2018

WEATHER TRIVIA:
1940 – “GALLOPING GERTIE” – THE NARROWS BRIDGE AT TACOMA WASHINGTON COLLAPSED WHEN 30+ MPH WINDS CAUSED THE SPAN TO VIBRATE UNTIL COLLAPSING. $6 MILLION IN DAMAGES.

WEATHERCAST:

DRY WEATHER TAKES HOLD FOR THE NEXT 2 DAYS, SO ENJOY WHATEVER SUN IS POSSIBLE. HIGHS WILL BE IN THE 60S TODAY…40S TONIGHT AND 50S ON THURSDAY. THE NEXT STORM HEADS IN FROM THE SOUTHWEST, BRINGING ANOTHER QUICK ROUND OF MODERATE TO HEAVY RAIN FRIDAY INTO FRIDAY NIGHT. BEHIND THAT STORM AND STRONG SHOT OF COLD AIR FOR THE WEEKEND..BUT AT LEAST DRY. THERE ARE SIGNS OF ADDITIONAL COLD SHOTS NEXT WEEK…SO HAVE THE HEAVIER COAT READY.

 

THE FORECAST:

TDY: SUNNY TO PARTLY CLOUDY – 60-65

TNTE: CLEAR AND COLD – MID 30S

THUR: SUNNY – MID 50S

FRI: TURNING CLOUDY WITH RAIN DEVELOPING – 45-50

SAT: BLUSTERY – SCATTERED SHOWERS – 40S



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