It is hard to believe we were talking about snow and arctic air one week ago with how much warmer it has been this week. Rain is going to accompany the warm weather tomorrow as a low pressure system passes to our northwest. Expect periods of rain all day with windy conditions. Highs will be quite mild in the middle 50s.
Another weather system will approach from the south on Friday and will linger into Saturday. Isolated rain showers are possible on Friday and a wintry mix of precipitation is possible on Saturday. Cold air is expected to infiltrate on the backside of the system as the cold front pushes the system out of the area. Highs will drop back into the 40s during this time.
A short dry stretch is expected from Sunday through Tuesday. High temperatures will look to rebound back into the 50s.
Wednesday presents an interesting forecast right before Thanksgiving. A strong low pressure system could bring rain, wind, and even some thunderstorms. Keep an eye on this forecast in the coming days, especially if you have any Thanksgiving travel plans.
—WCRD Weather Forecaster Nathan Gidley