Warm today before a cold front cools us down into Thanksgiving 11/23/2021

Your Tuesday is off to a chilly start thanks to clear skies allowing temperatures to drop into the 20s. Wind speeds are currently light, but wind chill values in the low 20s are still likely through the morning. Wind speeds will start to increase once the sun goes up and temperatures will quickly start to warm. Gusty southerly winds above 25 mph are likely throughout the second half of the day, and these will boost temperatures into the upper 60s! Make sure to spend some time outside today in the warm November weather, because a cold front cools us down into Thanksgiving. Highs tomorrow will be in the low 50s with the chance for a few sprinkles, and then we dry out and cool into the low 40s for Thanksgiving. The rest of the week also looks pretty gusty and dry. Our next best chance of rain will be throughout the day on Saturday with the potential for spotty showers.

Meteorologist Brittany Foster



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