If you feel like your hands, lips and sinuses are dry, it’s because the air is at a nearly record low moisture level, per NWS. Some things you can do to help are breathing steam, use a humidifier at night, lotion and drink plenty of water. While high water intake is typically a summer thing, it’s also important this time of year for both you and your animals when the air gets super dry. Drink plenty of water!
Today and tomorrow look to be nice with temps around 60°. Plenty of sun.
A rain producing system will be approaching Thanksgiving Day, and models have had a hard time resolving the timing of the rain. It still looks like the first half of the day will be rain-free, but rain will likely be crossing the TN River as the afternoon goes on.
We don’t typically use the Nam 3km model, especially in stormy scenarios. But, here, it illustrates what we’re talking about timing-wise. Loop is 5am – 6pm.
The rain picks up Thursday night and continues off/on through most of the weekend, leaving us sometime on Sunday.
All in all, the NWS Blend of Models thinks we could see over an inch of rain, which would be very welcome for our drought situation. Hopefully, it won’t foil too many plans.
Weather changes constantly.
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