Warmer temperatures return for the week ahead
Tracking late-week shower chances
- Winds diminish through Sunday evening
- Gradually warming up this week
- Still tracking late-week rain chance
Expect a clear and cold start to Monday. Low temperatures will dip into the teens and 20s in most of our hometowns.
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY
Warmer and quieter conditions arrive to kick off the short workweek. Expect a sunny to mostly sky Monday through Wednesday. High temperatures return to the 50s for most hometowns each afternoon. Some lower 60s are likely on Wednesday. Low temperatures moderate back into the 20s and 30s.
THANKSGIVING DAY & FRIDAY
Confidence is increasing that most, if not all, of Thanksgiving Day will be dry throughout our hometowns. A few showers are possible very late in the evening, but most of us should remain dry. Scattered showers are likely through Black Friday. Some lingering moisture is possible early Saturday. This part of the forecast is by no means set in stone. We will continue to fine-tune the timing and coverage over the next several days.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Drier weather moves in for the weekend. Expect a chilly Saturday with highs in the upper 40s and lower 50s. Temperatures may warm back to near 60 by Sunday afternoon.
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