Good Tuesday to one and all. It’s a much colder day across our region and it may even spit out a snowflake or two. From here, the weather looks fantastic for holiday travelers Wednesday into Thanksgiving Day. After we get through all that, the pattern gets active and turns wintry.
Let’s begin with today and a northwesterly wind. That wind will keep temps in the upper 30s to around 40 for high and should spit out a rain or snow shower. Here are your radars to track the action:
The weather behind that looks really good for Wednesday into Thanksgiving. Seasonally chilly temps will be noted, but your sky is dry.
Rain moves in late Black Friday and takes us into the first part of Saturday. Locally heavy downpours will be possible.
Another storm system quickly moves in late Sunday into Monday. This has the chance to bring rain and/or snow into our region:
The setup next week into early December features a lot of blocking over the top and could mean a lot of cold and winter storm potential. This pattern has a lot of potential:
The GFS Ensembles have a fairly snowy look through next week:
Make it a terrific Tuesday and take care.