THROUGH FRIDAY NIGHT: Stubborn low clouds that kept parts of the area cool, cloudy and at times drizzly through Thursday afternoon will begin breaking up tonight. Skies will become mostly clear to partly cloudy in most areas with lows in the 40s. A few high clouds are expected Friday, but besides that, plenty of sunshine is expected. This sunshine will warm temps in the mid 60s once again, making for a nice Friday afternoon.
THE WEEKEND: High pressure will control our weather through Sunday, with sunny days and clear cool nights. Highs will be in the 60s with lows in the 40s. Humidity levels will creep up some, but not enough to be noticeable. Morning lows will be a tad warmer than they've been, especially Sunday morning.
NEXT WEEK: Expect fantastic weather with more sunshine by day and clear to partly cloudy nights. Highs will creep up a bit more, into the upper 60s to around 70. Lows will inch closer to 50 by mid-week as humidity levels increase. A cold front will swing through the area Wednesday. Little to no chance for rain is expected with it.
THANKSGIVING DAY & BLACK FRIDAY SHOPPING: Sunshine and temperatures around 70 can be expected during the afternoon. Black Friday shoppers will need to dress warmly with long sleeves and a jacket with temps dipping into the 40s next Friday morning.
RAIN OUTLOOK THROUGH NEXT WEEK: If any day has a chance its Wednesday, and at this time that chance is looking slim to none. Bone dry for the near-term!
Chief Meteorologist Derek Beasley