Midnight Update: Flurries and snow showers have ended across the region. With clearing skies and the snowpack on the ground, we look to have the coldest night of the season, as overnight low temperatures continue to fall into the mid teens. After morning low temperatures start off around 15 degrees, Thanksgiving Day will feature mostly sunny skies with a high of 35 degrees. Bundle up if you're heading out early Friday for those Black Friday sales, with Friday morning low temperatures around 20 degrees. Friday afternoon will feature mostly sunny skies with a high of 43 degrees. Temperatures return to the mid to upper 40s this weekend, with mostly sunny skies.
Snow flurries will diminish tonight, with frigid temperatures into early Thanksgiving. Temperatures will remain cold for Thanksgiving and chilly for the upcoming holiday weekend.
TONIGHT: The weather system that brought the rain and snow showers will continue to lift further away tonight, with partly cloudy skies and overnight low temperatures around 16 degrees.
THANKSGIVING DAY: We will have mostly sunny skies throughout the day as high pressure builds across the region. Thanksgiving Day will be cold, yet not as windy, with a high of 35 degrees.
THURSDAY NIGHT: Bundle up if you’re heading out for those early morning Black Friday sales, with Friday morning low temperatures around 21 degrees.
FRIDAY: Temperatures will remain chilly, with mostly sunny skies continuing and a high of 43 degrees.
WEEKEND: Temperatures will be back in the mid to upper 40s for Saturday and Sunday, with mostly sunny to partly sunny skies.
NEXT WEEK: Partly to mostly cloudy skies will return on Monday, with a high of 45 degrees, and the chance for a few rain showers. Temperatures look to remain in the upper 40s as we continue into midweek next week.See More