(KFVS) - It's noticeably cooler Friday after a cold front moved in, bringing our temperatures closer to the average for early November.
A portion of the Heartland has already been placed under an outlook for possible severe weather late Sunday into Monday.
Grant Dade says our northern counties are enjoying some sunshine while much of the southern Heartland is still dealing with low clouds.
Friday evening will be partly cloudy on average but mostly cloudy across our southern counties.
Temperatures will cool off into the upper 50s and remain there for most of the evening on Friday. Lows by Saturday morning will be in the middle the to upper 50s.
Saturday, a warm front will move north across the area. This will bring much warmer weather to the Heartland along with a slight chance for a shower. Highs will reach the lower to middle 70s.
We could be dealing with near record highs Sunday followed a chance of storms Sunday night.
Right now the severe weather threat for Sunday into Monday appears to be hail and high winds.
The latest Storm Prediction Center outlook has the northern half of the area under a slight risk of severe weather, but that may be adjusted through the weekend to include more of the area.
You'll want to stay up to date with Bryan McCormick throughout the weekend.