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More "Normal" Temperatures Ahead

Some calmer days this week
Posted at 5:05 PM, Nov 22, 2020

The cold front is wrapping up as we speak, but it has certainly been one of those "stay inside" kind of days. We are almost out of the woods with this rain as the cold front will now slide east and bring in some colder air to kick off our new work week and holiday week. Temperatures will dip down to the mid 30s for most while some in valley areas could see the freezing mark. Patch fog will roll in as the clouds begin to thin overnight.

The next couple of days at least will be nicer and dry with calmer winds and some more sunshine. Our next rain chance returns on Wednesday and that might be a pretty good chance to see some soaking showers. High temperatures will also trend a little closer to normal this week (normal high=52) running anywhere from the upper 40s (Monday) to 60 degrees (Wednesday). Thanksgiving Day even looks pretty seasonable with highs in the mid 50s. A couple of fronts will move in toward late week and after that, there's a pretty good shot as some of the coldest air we've seen so far this season toward next weekend.