Calm weather pattern locally through Thanksgiving
With a lot of traveling, eating and shopping on tap this week, it's nice to know that our weather pattern should remain calm.
STORMTRACK 9 WINTER OUTLOOK IS WEDNESDAY AT 6PM!
COLD FRONT TUESDAY
Clouds should stream back in through Tuesday ahead of another cold front. Unlike the front this past weekend, this front should not produce storms. Moisture should be limited and mainly in the form of increasing cloud cover. However, there could be a few isolated areas of light rain or sprinkles, especially south and east Tuesday. Temperatures should be close to seasonal levels with 50s most of the day and a few isolated spots near 60.
DRY & COOL THROUGH THANKSGIVING DAY
Dry air settles in on Wednesday which should clear the sky and keep temperatures cool. Overall a good travel day locally and around the Southeast region. Morning temperatures on Wednesday should be in the mid/upper 30s, then upper 50s by the afternoon.
A similar pattern for Thanksgiving Day with a sunny to partly sunny sky and morning lows in the mid 30s, then mid/upper 50s for the afternoon.
NICE SHOPPING WEATHER
No changes for Black Friday. You early morning shoppers will need to bundle up as temperatures should be in the mid 30s early. Then, sunny and upper 50s to near 60 by the afternoon.
NEXT BIG CHILL OVER THE WEEKEND
Another blast of very cold air could move in during the second half of the weekend. Saturday should still be mild with a partly sunny sky and afternoon highs nearing 60. A couple of cold fronts should move through later Saturday and into Saturday Night. Mainly dry with these fronts, but each front brings a reinforcing shot of colder and drier air. By Sunday, high temperatures should stay in the 40s to near 50 during the afternoon. Quite cold Sunday Night as temperatures drop into the 30s by early Monday Morning. Next Monday looks sunny and chilly with highs in the upper 40s.
As always, you can depend on the StormTrack 9 Team for updates!