More clouds on Wednesday; Mostly dry on Thanksgiving
Clouds are moving in as of Wednesday morning, and we’ll likely notice more cloud cover throughout the day. In fact, a few areas may see low cloud development and patchy fog on Wednesday morning.
Partly cloudy skies are expected on Wednesday afternoon. It should be another warm day, with highs in the 50s for much of the area. We’re forecasting a high of 58° in Lincoln.
More low clouds should develop late Wednesday. Meanwhile, a frontal system will develop almost on top of Lincoln close to midnight. For those along and east of that boundary, there may be just enough moisture to see some patches of drizzle. However, after the front passes, the odds of seeing drizzle dramatically decrease. By 9 a.m. Thursday, the front will have passed through most of the area.
The overall precipitation chance on Wednesday night is fairly low, and won’t amount to much (if anything) for those that see it. We’ll keep clouds for much of Thanksgiving. However, we should see some clearing by the end of the day.
Regardless, Thanksgiving will be a cooler day. We’re looking at afternoon highs stuck in the 40s. It’s a quick cooldown though because temperatures are expected to rebound into the 50s by Friday.
Meteorologist Malcolm Byron