Quiet Through Turkey Day

Current Radar 


Temperatures will fall into the low 50°s this evening.

Skies will be partly cloudy with calm winds.

It’ll be cold again overnight as lows drop to the upper 30°s.

WEDNESDAY – Wake Up: 38°, High: 62°

The high pressure that’s close to us today will scoot away by tomorrow, allowing for some more cloud cover and more moisture to start sneaking-in.

But, other than some more clouds, we tomorrow will be another quiet weather day.

More rain is likely well off to the west, but we will stay dry:

Highs again will reach the low 60°s. Dewpoints will jump up into the 30°s, but it’ll still feel nice and crisp out there.

Lows will be a bit more mild tomorrow night, fall to the mid 40°s.

THANKSGIVING – Wake Up: 47°, High: 65°

Turkey Day looks pretty nice for us: a cool morning and pleasant afternoon.

Skies will be cloudy for much of the day, but again, we’ll stay dry.

That won’t be the case out west, where the next storm system (and rainmaker for us) will be getting started.

If you’re going to do some Black Friday shopping after the turkey: expect much warmer temperatures late Thursday/early Friday – in the mid 50°s!

Skies will be cloudy, but any chances for rain will hold-off until Friday.

Looking Ahead: Rain Chances Go Up

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