Temps drop into the 20s overnight; calm week ahead

Temperatures today have been a good 20-25° colder than yesterday, ever since a cold front passed through the area. For the most part, we'll see a clear to partly cloudy sky overnight. Lows will drop into the 20s, with gradually calming winds. Allow yourself some time in the morning, in case your car gets a little frosty. 

A mostly sunny sky will help things warm up a bit on Monday, but only into the upper 40s and lows 50s. High clouds gradually push into the area later in the day/at night. This will keep temperatures from dropping quite as much. We'll be in the upper 20s to mid 30s by Tuesday morning. Tuesday's highs will be 5-10° warmer - in the upper 50s for most.

Occasional high clouds on Tuesday come ahead of our next weather maker. A cold front crosses the area, leaving us colder Wednesday - in the 40s. That front ends up off the east coast, providing a boundary for a storm system to ride along. This storm system will have little-to-no impact on us here locally, but could mean some occasional rain near the east coast during the holiday.

The farther south this system stays, the colder we can get by Thanksgiving Day. The farther north it is, the less cool we'll be. As of right now, it looks like we'll wake up in the 20s Thanksgiving morning and top out in the 40s to near 50. 

Temperatures warm a little bit, before another front knocks temperatures down by next weekend. Stay tuned, as we continue to fine tune the forecast for the Thanksgiving holiday and beyond.


Sunday Night: A clear to partly cloudy sky. Very cold. Lows 22-28. Winds becoming light.

Monday: Not as cold. Sunshine during the day, with high clouds moving in late. Highs 46-52. Light west wind.

Monday Night: High clouds around. Not AS cold. Lows 29-35. Calm wind in the valleys; south wind 5-15 mph in the mountains.

Tuesday: Some high clouds. Warmer. Breezy at times. 54-60. Southwest wind 5-15 mph.


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