Friday, November 16, 2012
November 17th, 2012 Forecast
For this evening, skies will gradually turn mostly clear, but without the cloud cover the temperatures will fall. Lows around the metro will drop into the mid-30's, and into the lower 30's to the north and west. Winds will still be coming from the north at 5 to 10 mph. Tomorrow will be the best day of the weekend, with mostly sunny skies and seasonable conditions. Highs around the city will be in the mid-50's, reaching into the upper 50's to the south and east and only in the lower 50's to the north and west.
Much like yesterday, Sunday looks like a transition day, with increasing clouds but fairly mild temperatures. The mostly cloudy conditions will persist over much of the week. Monday, temperatures stick in the mid-50's with mostly sunny skies. Tuesday, the low will be well off the coast, but could create some breezy winds and even a rain shower or two. No real big soaker in the works as of now. Wednesday, the cloud cover will start to act as a blanket and our temperatures will be slightly higher, in the upper 50's. Thursday, and Thanksgiving Day, skies will start mostly cloudy but will gradually clear throughout the day. Hopefully stuffing and gravy is in the works for everyone. Friday will be cooler but partly cloudy.