Sunday Evening, November 23, 2014
The main batch of rain has left the Valley as of late Sunday afternoon, but this very dynamic storm system responsible for our windy, rainy Sunday will continue to support occasional light showers tonight and into tomorrow. Severe weather isn’t expected tonight, but our winds will be a force to be reckoned with. Overnight gusts could potentially reach 40mph on our higher ridges.
With a stiff south breeze, temperatures will not fall much through Monday morning, but we’ll see that wind blow from a more westerly direction as a cold-front moves through the area Monday morning, opening the door for colder air. This means our official high on Monday will likely be registered before sunrise. Most of Monday looks partly to mostly cloudy, cool, and breezy with occasional light rain.
Cooler Thanksgiving Week: We’ll be finished with the rain by Monday evening, and the rest of the holiday week look seasonably cool and mostly dry. Thanksgiving day looks mostly sunny with a chilly start and cool afternoon.
It looks like we’ll rebound temperatures late week, with our next chance for showers appearing in the forecast next weekend.
MONDAY: Light showers possible. Cloudy, breezy and turning cooler. High: 55. Wind: WNW 10-20. Rain: 20%.
TUESDAY: Partly sunny. Cooler. High: 52. Wind: WNW 10-20.
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy and cool High: 52. Wind: SW 5-10.
THANKSGIVING DAY (THURSDAY): Partly to mostly sunny but cool. High: 50. Wind: N 10-20.
FRIDAY: Continued cool. High: 55. Wind: SE 5-15.