A Warming Trend Into Thanksgiving

Monday Night Forecast

For tonight the winds will be rather gusty along the south coast and for the folks on the there is a High Wind Advisory in effect through 5am for WSW gusts that could reach 35-45mph. Lows won’t be quite as cold as they were last night either as they only drop to around 30°. High pressure will be taking over for the next several days which will help bring about a warming trend and getting our high temperatures back to normal (around 50°) finally! More good news, dry and sunny conditions will prevail through Thanksgiving so travel plans and football games will not be impacted by any adverse weather conditions.

Beyond Thanksgiving the weather pattern is going turn somewhat wet for Black Friday shoppers as a frontal system comes in from the west with a wave of Low pressure on it. We will stay warm enough so that rain is the only precipitation concern as highs remain in the low 50s. Saturday looks to dry out a bit with some breaks of sun, but another storm center will move up the eastern seaboard for Sunday bringing more rainy weather. The details on these two systems will be fine tuned as we get closer to them



ABC6 Meteorologist Bill Gile, bgile@ABC6.com

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