Freezing fog early Wednesday morning followed by afternoon sunshine
We begin our Wednesday with clear skies and areas of dense fog. This will not only cause issues in terms of visibility. But a very thin layer of icing is likely on bridges and overpasses early this morning, leading to dangerous travel conditions in the areas where fog is thickest and temperatures are below freezing. By mid-morning, this will no longer be an issue and sunshine will take over. Temperatures quickly warm through the morning, getting temperatures into the mid-50s. No rain is expected all day long.
Thanksgiving Day is looking great with abundant sunshine. Temperatures start out in the mid-30s, making for a frosty start. By by the afternoon, we'll be seeing all sunshine with highs into the upper 50s and lower 60s. No rainfall is anticipated Thursday.
Then as we head into Friday, showers return to the forecast. Most of this will hold off until later in the day. But those showers will be somewhat widespread, especially into the overnight and Saturday morning. Temperatures on Friday will start out near 40. Then they'll likely only reach the mid-50s. Then by Saturday morning, we're only in the lower 50s with lingering showers.
Spotty showers will remain in the forecast through Saturday and Sunday with highs in the lower to mid-60s. Morning temperatures will be in the upper 40s to lower 50s. As we head into Monday and Tuesday, we're looking for abundant sunshine with much cooler temperatures following Sunday night's cold front. Monday morning will start out with temperatures in the mid-30s. Then by the afternoon, we'll likely see highs in the upper 40s. Expect much the same on Tuesday with morning temperatures around freezing followed by highs near 50.
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