WeatherRadars and Forecast


Speed Bump Monday

Posted at 2:33 PM, Nov 19, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-19 17:28:19-05

We’re tracking a few light and scattered rain showers. Most of which are only amounting to a drizzle or even mist. Roads will be slick through the day as showers continue and clouds block the sun that could start the drying process. Temperatures are mild for the south east, but cooling the further NW you live due to the incoming cold front and wind shift.

The only thing separating us from a nice Thanksgiving Day forecast is a minor speed bump with rain and a bunch of clouds. That speed bump occurs today and tomorrow. The rain portion was mostly today with a weak cold front that is delivering light rain or mist around the state. While this is not overly impressive, shower-wise, it’s still likely to cause slick spots on the roads home Monday evening. Rain will taper off overnight tonight, but we’re not quite out of it. A few light and isolated showers will fall through the day Tuesday and will amount to little more than a sprinkle, or even a few flurries. As temperature near freezing Tuesday morning, some of the isolated rain may transition over to a wintry mix or even flurries. No accumulation is expected, but road can still be slippery. Clouds will begin to thin Tuesday evening as the sun is going down, so you may see some sunshine, or you may not. Either way, roads will begin to dry and the day before Thanksgiving looks prime for travel. Dry conditions and mostly sunny weather will be around for the end of the week and that includes Turkey Day!