Our quiet pattern continues into the new week with just a few clouds being the trouble-maker in the forecast. An easterly flow will allow partly to mostly cloudy skies at times on Monday & Tuesday, but the days should still be bone-dry. After a wet October (mostly from Sandy), we've only picked up a little over half an inch of rain so far in November, with not much expected this week either. For the year we are still well above normal, so it looks like it all evens out in the end.
The outlook for Thanksgiving continues to be dry and pleasant with seasonal, to slightly above seasonal temperatures. Highs will likely climb into the mid to upper 50s for mostly sunny skies.
-Meteorologist Ryan Coyle