11/22 – Rob’s “Clearing Skies” Monday Afternoon Forecast

Cooler and drier air moves into the area behind the cold front, and tonight provides somewhat of a challenge regarding forecast lows. Even though it’s in the relative near term, model spreads remain fairly large at 8 to 10 degrees between high and low members. Tuesday afternoon will be on the cool side with highs in the mid-60s and Tuesday night will also be cool, with lows generally in the low 40s north and upper 40s to mid-50s south.

High pressure shifts east quickly by midweek as another system approaches the area. Another cold front will push through the area late Thanksgiving Day, into Thursday night. Currently looks like the highest rain chances will be after 6p Thursday, but rain chances will start increasing across northwestern areas by Thursday afternoon. Once that front passes through, expect another cool and dry airmass to move into the area with near or below normal temperatures expected to persist through the weekend.

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