Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours from the Newscenter 11 Weather team!
A few high clouds are passing by on this Thanksgiving thanks to some lift from the jet stream as a speed maximum passes over top of us. These clouds will thin out this evening, but may prevent us from getting as warm as we can today. Tonight, with clear skies and very dry air, we are returning to the low to mid 20s.
Black Friday will see warmer readings as we attempt to climb to 60, which is where our highs will be through the weekend as lows make it above freezing.
Next week presents an interesting weather picture for us. An upper level low will develop and dig into the Four Corners region of the country, which will in turn bring warmer and more humid air to us and sent a few smaller areas of low pressure our direction. These may be able to touch off showers for us almost any day from Monday through Thursday. As of now, it appears this large system will finally move by the end of the week, which means rain chances could pick up from Thursday to Saturday. We will warm towards 70 by the end of next week.
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