Morning Forecast Sunday, November 25, 2018


Today will start off with some drizzle early. Otherwise we will have more clouds than sunshine. More clouds to the northwest with more breaks in the clouds to the southeast. Now despite the clouds it will turn out to be a mild day with our high temperatures in the middle and upper 40s to the lower 50s. Sunday night will still have plenty of clouds with some rain developing by the morning as an area of low pressure will move toward the region. Low temperatures will fall to the middle and upper 30s. Monday will have rain that will taper to showers. Then as colder air moves in the showers will mix with and change over to snow showers. High temperatures Monday will reach the upper 30s to the lower 40s. We will be variably cloudy with scattered snow showers for Tuesday and it will be a blustery and cold day with high temperatures in the upper 20s to the lower 30s. Wednesday will turn out to be a similar day to Tuesday with more clouds than sunshine with some snow showers and flurries around. It will also be another cold and windy day with high temperatures in the 20s to around the 30-degree mark. High pressure will start to build in for the end of the work week. Thursday will be partly to mostly sunny with high temperatures getting back to the lower and middle 30s. Then for Friday be sure to grab the sunglasses as we will have plenty of sunshine. It will still be a cold day with high temperatures in the 30s. Saturday will have high temperatures around 40 degrees under a mostly to partly sunny sky.

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