Evening Forecast Thanksgiving Day, 2013

Chilly weather will last through the rest of the holiday weekend.
Happy Thanksgiving!!

It was a cold holiday with clouds, some sunshine and scattered flurries and snow showers. Despite some peeks of sunshine, temperatures did not leave the 20s in most locations with a brisk wind making it feel colder than that. The mercury will stay in the 20s in most spots tonight as a weak disturbance will bring some clouds and scattered flurries. There may be a fresh covering in spots, especially north of I-80. There still be scattered flurries early, then the rest of Friday will feature clouds breaking for some sunshine. It will be cold again despite some sunshine with highs in the lower 30s.  A weak area of high pressure will dominate our weather over the rest of the holiday weekend, but there may be a fair amount of clouds locked under the high. With more clouds than sunshine, temperatures will rise no higher than the 30s both days. A couple of flurries can not be ruled out either day, especially on Sunday. Monday into Tuesday will bring variable cloudiness with scattered flurries, maybe a sprinkle. Temperatures will try to rebound to near 40. Clouds will increase on Wednesday then showers will develop on Thursday.
Page: [[$index + 1]]
comments powered by Disqus