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Weather forecasting, detailed analysis and climate information

7:00 AM | As major storm pulls to our northeast an Arctic blast will arrive with strong winds, falling temperatures and possible snow showers

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Occasional rain showers into the early afternoon with strengthening northwest winds, rain showers should change to snow by late afternoon, temperatures have already peaked for today and will steadily drop to the low-to-mid 30's by the end of the day

Tonight

Windy and much colder with possible snow showers, lows by morning in the low-to-mid 20’s

Thursday

Mostly sunny, very cold, strong winds in the morning will slacken off during the afternoon, low-to-mid 30’s

Thursday Night

Mostly clear, very cold, light winds, low 20’s

Friday

Mostly sunny and still very cold, mid-to-upper 30’s

Saturday

Mostly sunny, very cold, upper 30’s

Sunday

Mostly sunny, not quite as cold, but still below normal, low-to-mid 40’s

Monday

Mostly cloudy, chilly, maybe a few showers, upper 40’s

Discussion

The major storm that generated heavy rain overnight will shift to our northeast today and Arctic air will pour into the region on strengthening northwest winds. Temperatures have already reached their peak for the day and will steadily drop into the 30's by afternoon. The morning steadier rainfall will give way to rain showers that should changeover to snow by late in the day. Strong northwest winds will continue tonight and the snow shower threat will continue with minor accumulations possible between late afternoon and late tonight. Temperatures by morning will be way down in the 20's so all ground surfaces will experience a freeze. Thanksgiving Day promises to be well below normal for this time of year with highs holding in the low-to-mid 30's. Winds will continue to be quite strong out of the northwest during the morning hours on Thursday, but should slacken off during the afternoon and evening as high pressure quickly builds in overhead. The colder-than-normal weather will continue on Friday and Saturday as well and the winds will stay on the light side. Finally, expect a couple inches of turkey to accumulate late tomorrow afternoon or early evening and that will likely diminish to sandwiches on Friday.

Video

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