Wildfire risk today squashed by wet weather tonight

Today will be our last day in the 60s for the foreseeable future as partly cloudy skies hang overhead. As a cold front moves in from the west, showers will develop late tonight after midnight as cooler air wraps in from the northwest, dropping us down to the bottom of the 50s for our low. Rain persists through Friday morning as we hit our high for the day before lunch. Temperatures go below freezing Friday night as the front pushes onward, opening us up to mostly clear skies Friday night. The weekend will be dry and mild, hanging around 50 as the sun peaks its head out again. We continue to cool all of next week with Thanksgiving expected to land in the mid to high 30s for our area. Some rain and possibly a wintry mix may develop around next Tues/Wed, although at this time potential travel/holiday concerns look minimal.

Today: Partly cloudy. High 66.

Tonight: Showers. Low 52. 

Friday: AM rain, partly cloudy after. High 55. 

Saturday: Sunny. High 48.







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