(Updated: 12:50 pm Sunday, November 22)
TODAY/TONIGHT: A cold front is moving through the region this afternoon; a few showers are possible throughout the afternoon, with any given location having about a 30% chance of getting wet. Winds have shifted to a northerly direction as cooler air begins filtering in; temps will begin falling this afternoon. Overnight lows will fall to the middle 40’s with breezy conditions.
MONDAY: As we start off Thanksgiving Week, Monday will feature lots of sunshine with highs in the upper 50’s and lower 60’s coupled with a chilly, light north wind. Overnight lows will fall to the lower 40’s.
TUESDAY: Sunshine will continue into Tuesday, and highs will be a bit warmer-upper 60’s and lower 70’s.
TUESDAY NIGHT/WEDNESDAY: A stronger storm system will impact the region late Tuesday into Wednesday. This system will bring rain and storms ahead of it. The overall severe threat is low, but a few storms could be strong with gusty wind, lightning, small hail, and heavy downpours. The primary timing as of now looks to be approximately 11 pm Tuesday night into late Wednesday morning or early afternoon before clearing out. We’ll continue to fine tune the forecast over the next couple of days. The good news is the front will move out before the Thanksgiving holiday leaving us with nice weather. THANKSGIVING DAY: As of now, Thanksgiving Day will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 60’s; overnight lows will be in the upper 40’s and lower 50’s.
LONGER TERM: Looking ahead to next weekend, another system will affect the region Friday into Saturday. As of now, the severe threat appears low, but considering this is still several days away, we will monitor the latest trends over the coming days, and of course keep you posted here in the E-T Weather Center…God bless
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