BY: ROLAND STEADHAM - CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
LAST UPDATED: Saturday, November 18, 2017, at 3:00 PM
The mostly sunny skies will hold on through early Sunday afternoon. After that, we’ll see a few more clouds move in as a storm approaches from the northwest. Highs on Sunday will be a bit warmer in the low 50’s. We’ll see showers on Monday and possibly Tuesday. The air is very mild so there may be some wet roads but no adverse winter conditions expected at this time. Right now, look for a mixture of clouds and sun Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the low 60’s! It’s going to be a mild holiday.
THANKSGIVING TRAVEL OUTLOOK:
There will be storms on the horizon. I think the greatest chance for showers will occur Monday and again Tuesday. However, Thanksgiving day looks mostly cloudy and mild. The reason is the flow will be coming in from the southwest on turkey day. A southwest flow means mild air with highs in the low 60's! We'll see a chance of some showers on Friday. The real headline is how mild the temperatures will be. I would not be surprised to see near record high temperatures on Wednesday and Thursday.
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