No *fowl* weather expected this Thanksgiving - CM 🦃
THANKSGIVING AND BLACK FRIDAY
Happy Thanksgiving! Any early morning rain will be well east of here for much of the day with clouds gradually decreasing. Beyond that, expect it to feel more like mid-October throughout the afternoon! A breeze from the west will push temperatures to 65-70°. There's plenty of time to get outside and toss the pigskin!
Nighttime lows fall into the 40s with patches of fog and clouds increasing by Friday morning. Black Friday looks dry with clouds slowly thinning. Expect highs in the 60s with lows 40-45°.
The weekend forecast is looking more optimistic, as high pressure prevents any moisture from reaching us. We'll be in the mid to upper 50s each afternoon with a mix of clouds and sunshine. Rain may begin to move in as soon as late Sunday night.
Next week's pattern is very interesting. A strong area of low pressure emerges from the Gulf Coast and becomes stronger, thanks to another area of low pressure to the north. This means heavy rain and strong wind gusts Monday. As these two systems phase together, one strong area of low pressure will stay over the eastern U.S., meaning a prolonged period of cold air, high wind gusts and mostly upslope snow Tuesday and Wednesday. Some snow showers/flurries may make their way farther east, but accumulations (if any) would be light.
Stay tuned as we continue to monitor this very complex weather pattern.