Forecast Last Updated at Monday, November 20, 2017 at 12:25PM
No Turkeys This Week
The holiday week before us will run a few degrees below normal, but will generally be uneventful for travelers and for those enjoying Thanksgiving with family and friends. Even Black Friday shoppers will have no weather impediments this week with generally tranquil weather anticipated.
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Hi: 54 Lo: 30
Sunny, with a few high clouds late; Not as chilly; Light south wind
Hi: 54 Lo: 39
Intervals of clouds & sunshine; Light wind
Hi: 57 Lo: 29
Partly cloudy & seasonal for Travel Day; Light NW wind
Hi: 52 Lo: 31
Mostly sunny for Thanksgiving; Cool
Hi: 57 Lo: 35
Sunny; Pleasant shopping weather
Saturday - Mostly sunny & rather mild; High near 60 degrees; Low in the mid 30s
Sunday - Generally clear; Blustery & chilly; High in the upper 40s; Low in the upper 20s
After a cold start to the day, temperatures rebounded to above 50-degrees this afternoon as skies remain generally sunny. There will be some more high cirrus clouds entering the picture during the afternoon and evening, however.
A weak cold front will be moving through the region Tuesday night. The main sensible weather effect for us will be an increase in cloud cover. A stray light shower or sprinkle will be possible during the afternoon or evening, although most places will stay dry.
The front’s passage will serve to reinforce below-normal temperatures for Wednesday and Thanksgiving Day, although nothing terribly cold. Skies will be partly or mostly sunny. The “Shop-til-You-Drop” crowd should fare just fine for Black Friday.
The next cold front is scheduled to arrive Saturday night. It looks dry at this point, although the second half of next weekend will turn colder behind the front as a new Canadian air mass invades (similar to this past Sunday).
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