Extra clouds will continue to move in from the west, helping to keep the temperature more mild through the overnight. No frost is expected with low temperatures only dropping into the low to mid 40s by Tuesday morning. Although there are extra clouds, no rain is expected with limited moisture in the region.
On Tuesday, partly cloudy skies will persist with light and variable winds. High pressure will be heading in from the southwest. Ahead of it, afternoon temperatures will again top out around 60 degrees.
Partly cloudy skies will continue into Wednesday morning, but by the afternoon high pressure overhead will clear out the skies for plenty of midweek sunshine. Temperatures will remain above average around 60 degrees.
The dry and mild conditions will continue for Thanksgiving Day.
Regional driving for the Holiday should be pleasant on Wednesday and Thursday, but some scattered showers will return to the region on Friday.