Above normal temperatures are in store for Black Friday. While we begin with cold temperatures near 30 degrees, we'll see a 20-25 degree warm up into the afternoon with lots of sunshine across the region. Lows tonight will be much warmer, near 40.
A warm front skirts the region today bringing a southerly flow. That combined with lots of sunshine will give us a nice warming into the 50s. Clouds will begin to increase late tonight as a weak cold front passes on Saturday morning. The front will take a small bite out of our temperatures as clouds stream in and we get a westerly wind shift. The front looks to be dry so rain chances are slim to none. Clouds scour out late Saturday morning into the afternoon and full sunshine returns.
Temperatures take a hit Sunday behind the front. So if you're going to the Bengals vs. Browns game you'll have 30s for tailgate and lower to mid 40s at kick off. Highs top out near 45 with overnights in the lower 30s. The cool down will be brief as we warm into the 50s again Monday and could reach near 60 by Tuesday. The week starts dry but we do have a chance of rain in the forecast Thursday.