Wednesday November 22
The good news is that a nearby storm is moving off of the coast leaving quiet weather for most of our travels. The reality is that strong winds will be cranking up to bring in very cold air. So if you are driving this afternoon you might have to hold on to the wheel with both hands tightly. If you are waking up early for a nearby Turkey Trot race, temperatures will be very cold so bundle up. Then we set our sights on the next cold surge this weekend that could bring flurries Sunday.
Stats For November 22
Normal High: 54ºF
Record High: 76ºF in 1940
Normal Low: 35ºF
Record Low: 15ºF in 1880
Sunrise: 6:58 AM
Sunset 4:48 PM
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Cold Winds Afternoon
Wind gusts will reach 30 mph (maybe briefly higher) from the northwest
4 PM Temperatures
High Temperatures for today will be this morning.
Turkey Trot Chill
If you are running in a Thanksgiving morning race, bundle up! Temps will be in the 20s and there will still be a breeze.
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The weather will be cold and quiet for the rest of Thanksgiving and Friday. The next cold front will arrive over the weekend and likely will have a dry passage. Colder winds will move in again with the chance of flurries Sunday.
Chance For Flurries
Upper Level Winds And Spin Help To Carry Flakes Over The Mountains
The best chance for seeing flakes on Sunday will be with this upper level support in the early afternoon
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