Thursday, November 29, 2012

November 30th, 2012 Forecast

As November comes to a close, we'll actually enter December with temperatures above normal.  While we're actually above normal on precipitation since September 1st, we're still below normal for the year, with over a 6-inch deficit.  There is some rain in the extended forecast, but not enough to make a major dent in the rain bucket.


For tonight, skies will remain mostly clear with chilly temperatures.  Lows range from the upper 20's to the north and west to the mid-30's to the south and east.  Winds will range from 5 to 10 mph until around midnight, where they'll become calm.  Tomorrow, we'll start with mostly sunny skies but clouds will be on the increase throughout the day.  Temperatures hover around the 50-degree mark around the metro, into the lower 30's to the south and east and only getting into the upper 40's to the north and west.  Winds will be out of the east around 5 mph.


A passing shower or two are possible for your Saturday, with otherwise overcast skies.  Temperatures start creeping up into the 50's through the weekend.  Sunday remains mostly cloudy with more showers possible in the evening.  The start of your workweek looks dry and warmer with clouds decreasing to partly sunny skies.  Temperatures reach up to near 60-degrees for Monday and may over top 60-degrees on Tuesday.  We see clouds on the increase on Tuesday as well with the possibility of some PM rain showers.  Skies clear for your Wednesday with much cooler temperatures, back around normal for this time of year.  Thursday, temperatures continue to drop under partly cloudy skies.