Tonight: The rain we saw earlier in the day has tapered off, leaving us with mostly skies overnight. Northwesterly winds help bring in colder air, as temperatures will fall to just above freezing for lows.
Tomorrow: You’ll want to grab a jacket, a hat, and some gloves if you’re heading out to school or work early tomorrow morning! Colder air will move in from the north, brought in once again by the northwest winds. We start off in the mid 30s, only warming to the mid 40s by tomorrow afternoon. Cloud cover will decrease by lunchtime, leading to intermittent periods of sun and clouds for the afternoon.
7-day: Our next weather system moves in on Tuesday, making rain showers likely Tuesday night into the day on Wednesday. Thanksgiving looks to be dry, with partly cloudy skies. Temperatures stay near normal for this time of year, ranging from the mid 40s to the mid 50s for the end of the week.
-WCRD Weather Forecaster Maddi Johnson