THANKSGIVING EVENING: DRY & COOL
After a soggy & wet Thanksgiving Day, we’re starting to see some improving weather for the rest of the night. Skies are becoming partly cloudy as dry weather is expected. A stray sprinkle or shower is possible but overall the main event has pushed off to the east.
Scattered showers with embedded downpours continue through the afternoon. In addition, we could see isolated thunderstorms.
Friday looks like a much brighter day, especially during the morning hours. Temperatures will start off in the 40s but rise through the 50s during the afternoon. A great day to do any outdoor activities or perhaps some Black Friday shopping.
Here’s a look at some of the rainfall totals that we saw across the area on Thanksgiving.
Most areas saw between 0.50″ to an inch of rain, which is beneficial because we are still in a moderate to severe drought across the area.
Friday shapes up very nicely with temperatures topping out in the upper 50’s to near 60! Clouds will try to make a return later in the day but we’ll stay dry.
The weekend looks mainly dry with highs in the 50s. Watching another potential storm for later Monday into Tuesday with heavy rain and gusty winds.