Good Morning! Our extended string of very cool days and cold nights continue. The well below normal pattern will continue through the weekend and beyond. Except for a tiny rain chance Saturday, we are dry and storm-free for the next few days. Here’s my brief forecast discussion.
TODAY: VERY COLD MORNING. Low to mid 20’s Coldest of the season, by far. Widespread frost early. Mostly sunny and unseasonably cool again today. High near 55. North wind at 6 to 12 mph. Cloudy at times tonight. Cold again. Low 32.
A weak front is approaching. That will bring in a few clouds tonight, and perhaps an isolated shower or two early Saturday.
NEXT FEW DAYS: Below normal temperatures continue. Very cool days and cold nights. Small chance of a couple of isolated showers Saturday. Otherwise, it’s a dry forecast until Monday night and early Tuesday. Temperatures will moderate a bit Thanksgiving week.
Much of the nation will be TOO COLD this weekend.
But it looks like we get a little break by Wednesday and Thursday. Temperatures will be well into the 60’s. But, we may have to deal with showers and thunderstorms Thanksgiving.
The Models are advertising another temperature crash around November 28th. Oh boy….
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