Public weather briefingAfter a snowy Monday, clouds will stick around all week but we will remain dry. Temperatures will be warmer than they have been most of the month, but will remain below average for the work week. Thanksgiving will be much colder than normal, as temperatures may not break 20 degrees. Milder weather can be expected for the weekend and temperatures will be near 40 and may briefly be above average.
Tonight. Snow will continue into the overnight hours with new accumulation less than one inch. Winds will be out of the northwest around 10 mph. Low in the upper teens.
Tuesday. Snow will end around 6 am, but skies will remain overcast. Winds will be northwesterly around 5 mph. High in the mid 20s.
Tuesday night. Overcast conditions continue. Winds become calm. Low in the mid teens.
Wednesday. Skies will remain cloudy. Winds will be variable around 5 mph. High around 30.
Thursday. More clouds. Temperatures get significantly with high temperatures around 20.
Outlook for Friday through Sunday. Clouds skies will remain all weekend, and there will be a slight chance of precipitation each day. Temperatures will be mild. Highs in the lower 30s for Friday before climbing near 40 on Saturday, then dropping back down to to the 30s for Sunday. Lows will be in the teens Friday morning and in the mid 20s Saturday and Sunday. [CONFIDENCE: MEDIUM]