WINTER STORM WARNING has been cancelled as snow begins to taper off.
Light to moderate snow continues across the area but should taper as we head past 6pm. Slushy, sloppy roads will become icy as temperatures tumble below freezing.
THANKSGIVING DAY HOLIDAY
It will be cold but dry for the holiday. Morning lows will start in the low to mid 20’s and with little sunshine to warm us; highs will only average mid 30’s. Trough settles in keeping the cold air around for the end of the week too. There will be a weak disturbance moving by well to the south keeping us on the northern fringe of it but it may produce a few flurries and nothing more.
We continue cold Friday into the start of the weekend with morning lows in the 20’s and highs in the 30’s. We rebound to the low 50’s Sunday but may dodge a few stray drops during the afternoon. Frontal boundary slides south and brings a few showers overnight but they should exit by the morning on Monday. Clouds will break up and skies will become partly cloudy with highs around 50. Temperatures will be colder for Tuesday with highs back into the low to mid 40s. The day looks to be dry. Showers return on Wednesday with our next system and temperature should be well above freezing bringing rain not snow.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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