Rain, wind, snow on tap; sunny Sunday to follow

Frederick Owens
November 19, 2017

Temperatures through next week are expected to hang in the low 50s during the day, with overnight lows around freezing.

The weekend starts off wet as another system slides in Saturday with rain south, wintry mix to snow north. Skies will be partly-mostly sunny through the afternoon, with temperatures running about 10 degrees below average. Travelling over mountain passes will be hard tonight into Saturday with snow, ice, and blowing snow.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny, high near 33. Friday's high is in the upper 60s, while Saturday and Sunday have highs back in the mid 70s. In addition to being mainly dry, Monday will be cold and pretty breezy; highs will barely get into the low 30s. It will be very windy again with gusts as high as 40-45 miles per hour. Breezy, with a southwest wind 21 to 23 miles per hour becoming westerly in the afternoon. It'll be enough to spark spotty rain and snow showers. It'll be mostly clear at night with lows of 18 to 28 degrees and west winds of 15 to 25 miles per hour.

In addition, thunderstorms will remain possible late this afternoon and early this evening, with some strong to severe storms incuded. He anticipated only dry weather by Wednesday, which the weather service expects to be mostly sunny but with temperatures getting no warmer than 69 degrees.

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Saturday night: Partly cloudy, low around 25. Strong area of low pressure will sweep through the area today - bringing not only rain, but wind gusts potentially up to 40-50mph.

Tuesday will be sunny and warmer with highs in the mid-50s.

Thanksgiving Day - Partly sunny, with a high near 34.

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