It’s a chilly start to the day with temps in the 20s and 30s across the region. There may be some patchy frost as winds are calm and skies are clear, but the lack of wind is helping it not feel as bitter cold as it did Wednesday morning. Highs will reach the upper 50s today with sunny skies.
This weekend will bring even warmer temps as highs cruise well above average into the upper 60s to lower 70s Friday and Saturday. High pressure remains in control keeping the weather pattern quiet and relatively pleasant. Sunny days and clear nights with lows falling to the low to mid-40s. Clouds fill back in on Sunday as the first of a series of cold fronts approach the region, but temps will remain mild (mid-60s) even with the clouds.
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The first cold front will bring some breezier conditions, especially for the mountains and higher elevations. Gusts of 30-40 mph will be possible. Slight chance for a shower, or two, but most of the area should remain dry.
Better rain chances will come with the second cold front on Wednesday. Widespread showers are likely Wednesday afternoon. Depending on the timing, we could still have a few lingering showers for Thanksgiving that may impact any Turkey Trot or pre-dinner walks. But, it’s still a bit too far out to cancel plans just yet.
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