Good Saturday to one and all. Our weekend is off and running on a seasonally chilly note, but a cold front is ready to crash back in later Sunday. That will lead us into a pattern that looks fairly calm in the run up to Thanksgiving. Beyond that, winter looks to crash back in.
Let us begin with our Saturday outlook. Temps this morning are in the upper 20s to low 30s for many with clouds on the increase for the north. Those clouds linger into the afternoon, keeping temps in the low and mid 40s this afternoon. Farther south, readings rise into the 50s.
Clouds increase on Sunday with some late day showers developing. Those showers are along and ahead of a cold front pressing in from the northwest. Showers look to increase Sunday night into early Monday:
Chillier air then settles in behind that through Tuesday, but your travel weather looks to be in pretty good shape in the lead up to Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving Day continues to look dry, but a storm system may not be too far behind that into Black Friday:
Next weekend may wind up trending colder as we get closer, so that’s something for us to keep a close eye on. This will kick off a VERY cold and wintry looking pattern for the final week of November. The European Ensembles get this started late next weekend:
Watch how that trough deepens on top of us into the following week:
Enjoy the rest of your evening and take care.
Have a sensational Saturday and take care.