Tonight: We look to see rain showers ending before midnight with the winds dying down as well. Low temperatures will bottom out in the mid-30’s with cloudy skies.
7-Day Forecast: We will end the work week dry with high’s in the mid-40’s. Our next chance for precipitation will be a complicated one as models are showing different things ranging from no rain to a rain/snow mix with freezing rain possible. As of now, I believe that we may see a rain/snow mix in the morning to early afternoon hours, and this may also include the chance for freezing rain. By the afternoon hours, a changeover to all snow cannot be ruled out. The chances overall are not high, and I’ll keep it at 40%. Sunday and Monday look to stay dry with temperatures rising towards the 50’s. Another system looks to bring rain chances for Tuesday as high temperatures climb into the mid-50’s. We may also see windy conditions on Tuesday as well. This leads to a dry but cooler Wednesday. We look to stay dry through most of Thanksgiving as there is a small chance for rain in the evening hours.
– WCRD Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster, Steven Diana