Cold Days & Freezing Nights Ahead

Dry and tranquil weather through Thanksgiving.

The coldest night in 233 days will arrive Tuesday into Wednesday with overnight lows in the teens and 20s. A cold and dry high pressure will build in tonight and allow overnight lows to drop into the 20s to near 30 in wake of Monday’s cold front. While it will be a cold week, it will be quiet as we stay dry through the week. High temperatures will struggle to reach 50 on Tuesday, but will warm to the low 60s for Thanksgiving. Our next disturbance is another cold front which will arrive late Thursday into Friday. This front will be starved for moisture, but will drop highs back into the low 50s on Friday.

Tonight: Decreasing clouds. Low: 30. Wind: N 5-10.

Tuesday: Sunny skies. High: 50. Wind: N 5-10. Windy in the Mtns.

Tuesday PM: Coldest overnight lows since April 3rd. Low: 26. Wind: N 5.

Wednesday: Sunny. High: 54. Wind: S/SW 5-10.

Wednesday PM: Mostly clear. Low: 32. Wind: Calm.

Thanksgiving: Mostly Sunny. High: 62.

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