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Colder for the Holiday Weekend

Rain continues Monday
Posted at 6:41 AM, Nov 20, 2023

Scattered, mainly light, rain will continue at times through the afternoon, but we'll start to see the rain dry out this evening before fully drying out early tonight. It will also be cool and breezy today with highs in the upper 40s.

Skies begin to clear overnight, but we keep it breezy, as we cool off into the upper 30s for Tuesday morning.

Tuesday will be windy, but at least we get to enjoy the sunshine all day. It stays cool with mid 40s.

Wednesday brings a one day warm-up! It will be mostly sunny and breezy with highs in the mid 50s, which is a little above average.

Thanksgiving will start just below freezing, then we warm into the mid 40s for the afternoon. It will be breezy, but we keep it mostly sunny and dry for any traveling you need to do.

It gets colder for your Black Friday shopping with more clouds. Highs will be in the mid 30s, but we likely stay dry.

Saturday will also be cold with upper 30s. Most of the day will be dry, but there is a small chance some snow will try to move into the region Saturday night and into Sunday morning. There's a lot of uncertainty with this system right now, but we'll keep you updated on any threat for some of it sticking to the ground.

Sunday afternoon looks dry with highs near 40.

MONDAY
Cloudy
Scattered Rain
High: 47

MONDAY NIGHT
Clearing Skies
Cold
Low: 37

TUESDAY
Mostly Sunny
Windy
High: 45

WEDNESDAY
Mostly Sunny
Warmer
Breezy
High: 56

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