Forecast Last Updated at Monday, November 20, 2017 at 6:35AM
After Sunday's cold, blustery, flurry-fest, there are no Turkeys in this forecast for the rest of this week. Two dry fronts blow through: 1) Tuesday night and 2) Saturday night. Temperatures moderate gradually today and Tuesday. Wednesday and Thanksgiving Day are a bit cooler. Friday and Saturday have a brief rebound ahead of another cold blast arriving next Sunday.
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Hi: 38 Lo: 32
Sunny; Cold start; Cool afternoon; NW wind 5-15 mph, diminishing PM (except SW 5-15 up top tonight)
Hi: 42 Lo: 31
Relatively pleasant day after a chilly start; More clouds at night; Slightest chance of a passing, light shower Tue. night; SW wind 5-15 mph, gusty at higher elev's
Hi: 36 Lo: 21
Few clouds; Cool; NW wind 10-20 mph in the AM, 5-15 mph in the PM
Hi: 36 Lo: 25
Clearing & cool for Thanksgiving
Hi: 44 Lo: 39
Saturday - Mostly sunny; Pleasant day; Turning colder Sat. night; High in the mid 40s; Low in the upper 20s
Sunday - Mostly clear; Cold; Windy; High near 30 degrees; Low in the upper teens
There's no reason to belabor this forecast discussion. Quick and simple. Two dry, Canadian fronts arrive in the next seven days. The second packs a cold punch similar to yesterday.
After a cold start to the day, Monday afternoon brings lighter winds and moderating temperatures. That moderation continues through the daytime Tuesday.
Front #1 arrives Tuesday night making Wednesday and Thanksgiving Day cooler but not bitterly cold. We have a barely worth mentioning threat of a stray, light shower Tuesday night with the frontal passage. Friday and Saturday are milder, seasonally pleasant temperatures.
The stronger front #2 arrives Saturday night leading to a cold, blustery Sunday. A snow flurry is not impossible late Saturday and early Sunday--curiosity-level only.
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