General Discussion: An area of surface high pressure currently over the southern United States looks to move off to the eastern United States over the next couple of days. A strong surface low looks to then take shape by midweek over the Plains region, and looks to track northeast from there all the way into Canada by Thanksgiving Day, and looks to push its cold front through the region on Friday night. The end result of all of this will be a gradual warm up throughout the week, followed by a soggy Thanksgiving night and Black Friday.
Today has been a rather clear, chilly, and breezy day. After starting out the day in the lower 20’s, temperatures have rebounded to around 50 as of early this afternoon at most locales in the area. High pressure has been firmly in control of our weather today.
Tonight: Low: 30
Tonight looks to be a bit warmer than the past couple of nights have been, as that area of surface high pressure slides off to our east providing us with southerly flow.
Tomorrow: High:56 Low: 37
Tomorrow looks to be even warmer than today, as that gradual warming trend gets underway. Mainly sunny skies look to rule the forecast for tomorrow in the area.