Happy Thanksgiving-Eve to everyone! If you are traveling today, please be weather aware. Looking below is today's NWS (National Weather Service) active alerts map showing LOTS of watches, warnings, advisories, and statements throughout the USA. This "mess" to the west will continue moving east, bringing another round of cool temps and showers this weekend and early next week.
Getting into the surface map, a cold front is currently working through providing clearer skies and a bit of a reprieve from showers. Into tonight, skies will clear out giving us low's in the mid 30's. For Thanksgiving, pleasant, with dry and cool conditions for the day.
Model guidance shows Thanksgiving staying dry but cloud cover will build through the later part of the day. A cloudy Friday could give way to an isolated shower in the afternoon, otherwise showers will hold off until Saturday. Saturday afternoon and Sunday showers will fall before becoming more scattered Sunday afternoon. Model guidance is suggesting the possibility of some wintry precipitation into early next week as we may get some wrap around moisture. This wintry precipitation will stay in the higher elevations, but cold temps will be around for all. Anticipate high's in the 40's to begin the new work week with sunny skies return by Tuesday.
Here is your Thanksgiving outlook:
Sunny and cool to start with clouds increasing through the day ahead of our next rain maker. High's staying cool in the low 50's.
That will do it for your Wednesday forecast, but have a FANTASTIC Thanksgiving! We will continue keeping you up to date on Twitter and Facebook, but we will be off the air and website tomorrow and Friday. Have a good one!