Record stretch of November 70s possible through this weekend
High temperatures fell just short of 70 degrees in South Bend today, as morning and afternoon clouds kept us in the upper 60s. Skies will clear across Michiana this evening, allowing temperatures to fall through the 60s and 50s. Low temperatures will fall into the middle 40s by Friday morning under clear skies.
We could be in for the longest consecutive stretch of 70s in November as we head into this weekend and early next week. Highs will reach the lower 70s on Friday and Saturday under mostly sunny skies. It will be so warm in Michiana, that the high temperature in South Bend could be warmer than the high temperature in Clemson, SC on Saturday. Kickoff temperatures will be almost identical in the two teams’ stadiums (low 60s). Highs could approach record territory on Sunday with readings in the middle 70s. We’ll stay in the 70s on Monday, with rain finally reentering the forecast by Monday night. Despite rain showers throughout the day on Tuesday, highs still could make it to 70 degrees. Much colder and more seasonal weather arrives for the middle of next week.
Tonight: Skies clearing. Low 46
Tomorrow: Mostly sunny and warm. High 72.
Saturday: Mostly sunny and warm. High 72.
Sunday: Sunny and very warm. High 74.