Warming trend continues with rain chances by Thanksgiving -Chris

Good Monday morning everyone. I know we’ve seen a pretty cold start to our Monday, despite that though, we’re upwards of 20° warmer than what we saw 24 hours ago as our temperatures continue to return to ‘normal’ for this time of year.1We’re looking at plentiful sunshine today with an afternoon high in the low to mid 50s across the region.

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We remain clear heading into tonight and drop back down to a chilly 34°, which is much closer to normal for us.3As we head later into the week we’re looking at scattered shower and rain chances heading into Thanksgiving and Black Friday with temperatures a bit cooler hovering in the lower 50s and upper 40s. So, if you’ve got plans either day, just be aware of some rain chances and some possible slick spots on the area roads.

4We clear out for the upcoming weekend and temperatures return to normal with more sunshine.

Your long range forecast is below.

Chris

LONG RANGE FORECAST

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November 27th-December 3rd: Mainly a cold or chilly week.  Some rain or snow chances on Tuesday, then cold and mainly dry the rest of the week.

December 18th-24th: A mild start to the week but turning colder by Tuesday.  Rain and snow chances on Sunday and Monday. Then slight chances for rain or snow on Wednesday and Thursday.  Warming up a bit for Christmas but another decent system coming in right after Christmas.