11/20 – Jeff Vorick’s “Warming Trend” Sunday Night Forecast

Clearing has begun across our area. Skies will become clear overnight with temperatures plummeting into the 30s. Winds will be out of the northeast around 5 to 10 MPH with high pressure situated to our north.

High pressure will move to the east and a trough of low pressure to our west will move east. The upper-level flow will become southwesterly, bringing more moisture into our area. Clear skies in the morning will become partly cloudy during the afternoon Monday. Temperatures will warm to around 60 degrees on Monday.

The trough will bring a 20% chance of rain Monday night. Any rain will be isolated and light. Once the trough clears the area early on Tuesday, clearing will begin. Expect partly cloudy skies Tuesday as the system moves east.

A warming trend will continue through the first half of the week. Temperatures will reach 70 on Thanksgiving! A storm system will be moving out of the Rockies mid-week. Rain chances on Thanksgiving Day are around 60% with a line of showers anticipated to move through the area ahead of a cold front.

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