Sunny, cool, and windy to start the week
Showers move out and cooler air moves in today
Cooler air continues to move in behind today’s cold front. While the strong gusts will be the big story through early afternoon, winds should slowly decrease through the day, especially by evening, leading to a rather cold night with lows nearing the freezing mark.
Skies remain clear tonight with lighter winds. Low temperatures dip to the upper 20s to low 30s by Tuesday morning. The Space Station will flyover just after the sun is setting this evening. Look in the western sky at 5:33 p.m. as it will be visible for 4 minutes.
After a cold morning with lows in the 20s and low 30s, highs climb into the 40s and 50s under partly sunny skies. We’ll notice more clouds moving into the region late in the day ahead of Wednesday’s cold front.
Our next cold front and accompanying rain chance will arrive late Wednesday. Most of the shower activity appears be Wednesday evening into early Thursday morning. Rain will taper off by Thanksgiving morning with dry and pleasant weather for the afternoon. Highs look to linger in the 50s.
THURSDAY (THANKSGIVING DAY)
Any rain on Thanksgiving Day exits before lunchtime with skies turning mostly sunny behind the front with highs in the low/mid 60s.
TOTAL RAINFALL: Storm totals should range from .25″ to .50″, with highest amounts in the mountains through early Thursday morning.
The holiday week will end on a sunny note with temperatures well above average, reaching the low/mid 60s.
There is some uncertainty for the coming weekend, but another front could bring a few showers on both Saturday and Sunday. As of now highs look to be in the 50s and 60s. Lows will be in the 40s but another cool down could be in order as we enter December.