EVENING: Increasing clouds. Temps in the 40s.
TONIGHT: Scattered light showers, low 41.
THURSDAY: More clouds than sun, breezy and milder. High 56. Northwest winds 5-15mph.
Scattered light showers will continue into tonight with most areas receiving less than a tenth of an inch of rain.
Following our warmest October on record, November wrapped up colder and drier than average. As we begin December, we see another pattern shift. Occasional chilly days are still expected, but we are forecasting more milder afternoons as we move into the middle of the month. Thursday will feature one of those milder afternoons as we reach the mid 50s. Plan for a steady southwest breeze for Thursday between 5-15mph.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday will all be similar with seasonable highs and lows. Friday will be breezy and dry and we remain dry into the weekend.
Next week features more active weather with morning showers Monday followed by windy and colder conditions for Monday afternoon. Cold air temporarily sets in for Tuesday which may set the stage for a wintry mix toward the middle of next week. Not much details to provide on this system just yet, but check back for more details!
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder