it was a rather messy day for northern parts of the
viewing area as snow and a wintry mix made for some
slick travel at times.
Snow totals in these areas ranged from about a trace
to around 3 inches.
The rest of us just saw a cold rain.
The system responsible for the wintry precip will
continue to move east and exit the region tonight.
as a result, lok fro any leftover precip to quickly
However, clouds will linger on.
and we may even see some fog.
Temperatures range from the lower 30s in the nroth
to the upper 30s elsewhere.
Here is today's almanac.
As we put the maps into motion, look for a dry, but
rather cloudy Thanksgiving Day.
as we head into tomorrow night, a weak system wil
cross the area bringing a round of rai and snow in
the evneing followed by light snow overnight into
early Friday morning.
totals look rather meager.
ranging fmo a trace to about an inch, mainly on grassy
It will be followed by more clouds for Friday afternoon.
For tonight, look for a cloudy and seasonably mild
watch out for areas of fog overnight as lows slip
into the middle 30s.
We'll see a bit of fog is spots tomorrow morning,
but the rest of the day looks cloudy and seasonal.
As we head into tomorrow night, look for a chance
at evening rain and snow.
The mix will change to all snow.
Amounts will range from a Trace to on inch.
We'll see lows tight around freezing.
the first half of the weekend looks nice, with sunshine
and highs in the 40s, but by Sunday clouds will once
We'll see a chance of rain by Sunday evening.
The chance for rain will linger into Tuesday.
we will remain on the warm air side of this system,
so we can expect fairly mild temps! The system will
be followed by cooler air for the end of next week
that will put us closer to normal for this time of