Good Monday to one and all. As hard as it is to believe, Thanksgiving week is upon us, and our weather pattern is looking a little unsettled. We have several systems to track during this time, so let’s get after it.
Things start off nice enough Monday with lows in the upper teens and low 20s this morning, and highs in the 40s.
Tuesday will feature similar conditions, but highs will be up a few degrees.
That brings us to the busiest travel day of the year: Wednesday. The day before Thanksgiving looks a little wet across our (turkey) neck of the woods:
A lot of the light rain moves away early on Thanksgiving, leaving us with a mix of clouds and sun, with highs in the 40s.
Black Friday shoppers will find a small chance of a shower and highs in the 40s. The latest European model is much more robust with the rain chances, but I’m not buying it right now:
Saturday looks seasonally chilly for the tree lightning in downtown Lexington.
As you head back from a long holiday weekend, another system looks to affect our region by Sunday and Monday. This has more of a colder look to it:
A much bigger storm might follow that as we close out November and start December. That’s something getting my attention from well over a week away.
On the heels of my winter forecast for a cold December, it’s good to see the seasonal CFS model now trending in that direction:
Make it a great Monday and take care.