Forecast Last Updated at Monday, November 19, 2018 at 4:20PM
Overnight Shower; Much Cooler Tuesday
Weather between now and Thanksgiving Day is mostly uneventful; however, a front moves through tonight. Tonight has clouds with a stray, light shower or two possible. Tuesday will be much cooler and breezy with sprinkles or flurries possible early. Sunshine increases after early clouds tomorrow. The next system of significance brings rain Friday night into Saturday, possibly beginning as a wintry mix Friday night.
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Hi: 53 Lo: 38
Cloudy; Stray, light showers; West wind 5-10 mph, becoming NW 5-15
Hi: 36 Lo: 26
AM clouds, with early sprinkles or flurries possible: Gradual clearing; Colder; NW wind 10-20 mph, gusty
Hi: 41 Lo: 26
Sunny; Seasonally cool; Nice travel day heading into Thanksgiving; NW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 40 Lo: 24
Mostly sunny; Seasonable for Thanksgiving
Hi: 33 Lo: 31
Increasing clouds; Chilly; Rain Friday night with some wintry mix possible
Saturday - Cloudy; Not as chilly; Rain, mostly ending by early afternoon; High in the mid 40s; Low in the upper 30s
Sunday - Lots of clouds; Mild temperatures; Rain possible again Sunday night; High in the upper 40s; Low in the mid 30s
A front blows through tonight with a stray, light shower possible overnight.
Tuesday is breezy and chilly with early sprinkles or a few snowflakes possible. Increasing sunshine follows as Canadian high pressure overtakes the Eastern U. S.
Cool high pressure dominates our weather Wednesday, Thanksgiving Day, and into Friday. Expect quiet weather with cool temperatures.
A potent storm system marches across the southern half of the country this week. It brings much needed rain to California Wednesday then spawns low pressure in the Western Gulf Thursday. Low pressure moves northeast Friday and Saturday with a chilly wedge developing down the Appalachians.
Friday will be chilly with increasing clouds. Rain develops Friday night, possibly beginning as a period of freezing rain or sleet. Unlike last week, this changes pretty quickly to a chilly rain. Rain continues Saturday morning but will be mostly over by the big football showdown between App State and Troy Saturday afternoon.
Sunday looks milder with lots of clouds. The next low arrives Monday with rain developing Sunday night.
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