Overcast sky conditions continue into the morning rush. Temperatures will range from 33 to 36 degrees as you head out the door this morning. I also can't rule out a few flurries in our northern counties.
Clouds will hang around all day long, giving us another dreary day. This will also lead to a chilly forecast as well. Temperatures will end up in the 30s for the majority of the day. A few may hit 40 briefly. Winds from the northwest are bringing in the chilly, Canadian air.
Wednesday turns partly to mostly cloudy, but I'm not looking for any precipitation. This will make for good travel conditions if you are making your way out of town for Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving Day will be mostly sunny and pleasant. Temperatures end up in the low 40s for a cool forecast. Regional travel looks good as well as high pressure keeps our neighboring states dry.
By Friday night, it's another good chance for rain back in the forecast with a cold front that will swing through the area. The heaviest rain associated with this system falls Friday night into Saturday morning. Another system comes in for Sunday night into Monday.
Slight chance of sprinkles