Scattered showers will give way to widespread and, at times, heavy rainfall through the early morning hours of our Friday. Despite the increase in rain coverage, our Friday won’t be an all day washout. This first wave of heavy rain will likely come to an end by late Friday morning, leading to a dry afternoon and early evening across the region. Temperatures, however, will remain stable or perhaps even fall a few degrees into the upper 40s as the day wears on.
A second wave of more potent and heavy rain showers will arrive during the late night and early morning hours of Friday into Saturday. Similarly, our Saturday won’t be a washout either, but I do believe the rain will linger into the afternoon hours unlike the dry PM for Friday. Once the rain ends by Saturday afternoon, we can expect the remainder of the weekend to stay dry.
As we head closer and closer to Thanksgiving next week, we begin to monitor two possible waves of showers. The first of which could be an impact on holiday travel, where later Tuesday and early Wednesday could feature some scattered rain showers. There is still a possibility that another low pressure system could hit our region some time next Thursday, giving us at least a chance for a wet Thanksgiving Day.
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