The winds finally died down last night and therefore today starts chilly and sunny. Later today, ahead of a system coming from the Midwest, expect clouds to increase with highs in the upper 40s. Tonight will be cloudy and seasonable with lows in the mid 30s. This system will also bring a couple of light showers or sprinkles on Thanksgiving. A sprinkle or shower could occur at anytime on Thanksgiving Day, but keep in mind that total rainfall for the day will be less than a tenth of an inch for most areas. Tomorrow’s weather will be more of a nuisance than a hassle. There could be some early morning sleet/freezing drizzle north of I-80 tomorrow, but that’s about the extent of any weather concerns tomorrow. Black Friday will stay cloudy with highs in the lower 50s and a generally quiet holiday weekend is on tap. There could be a breeze kicking up for Saturday and Sunday but it shouldn’t be as bad as last weekend’s winds.
The outlook for next week shows increasingly unsettled conditions. For all the hunters out there, expect a quiet Monday with increasing clouds Tuesday. By late Tuesday into Wednesday, a strong front looks poised to move through and could bring significant rainfall to the region. Stay tuned as the details on this system will become more focused after Thanksgiving.