What you need to know Oct. 11

What you need to know Oct. 11
Cooler air pushes into the Heartland for an extended stay. (Source: Pixabay)

(KFVS) - Good morning, it is Thursday, Oct. 11.

First Alert Forecast

It’s going to be clear and cool today. High temps will only get to around 60 degrees.

Lisa Michaels said there will also be plenty of sun and no humidity. A north wind will make it feel even cooler, when people leave their house, but that will also die down as the morning progresses.

Rain chances increase for Friday and the second half of the weekend. There could also be some river flooding this weekend because of rain to our north. Our rain will make that situation slightly worse.

We’ll hang on to drier, cooler air into next week. On Monday and Tuesday, we could even see temperatures down into the 30s.

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