Skies will be bright today with highs in the mid 60s, our average high this time of year is around 70. However, we're headed back to the seasonal zone, it just may take a few days to get there. Overnight it will be slightly milder as lows drop into the mid 40s.
For Friday, skies will be mostly sunny and highs will creep up into the upper 60s. We keep the status quo for Saturday and Sunday, with rain-free conditions, with highs barely below normal. By the end of the weekend, southerly winds become more pronounced. On Monday and Tuesday that onshore flow will finally push temps back to where they should be this time of year as afternoon readings are set to hit 70 degrees.
The pattern changes on Wednesday as a cold front is set to swing through the region. At this point rain chances are only at 20% for mid-week. For now, it looks like Thanksgiving Day will be dry! Stay tuned into the forecast.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster