Short-Lived Warm Up

Clouds will fill in overnight tonight and there is a chance we could squeak out a few patches of drizzle.  Temperatures will rise overnight, so for brief period of time, we may see freezing drizzle form and provide isolated icy conditions.  Temperatures will rise to near 40 tomorrow, so any ice that does form will quickly melt, but the drizzle is possible for most of the day.  Temperatures will stay mild for Sunday as temperatures climb to the middle 40s.  With the warmer temperatures, precipitation on Sunday will fall as rain around the area.

Monday we wrap in colder air, so temperatures will drop quite a bit as that rain changes over to snow.  Accumulations look possible, but minimal as most of the moisture will rain out rather than snow out.  Temperatures continue to fall to the mid 20s for the middle part of the week and by Thanksgiving, the teens will likely return once again.

Tonight: Mostly Cloudy, Freezing Drizzle Possible
Lows: Upper 20s
Winds: South 10-15 mph

Saturday: Mostly Cloudy, Drizzle Possible
Highs: Near 40
Winds: Southwest 10-15 mph

Saturday Night: Mostly Cloudy
Lows: Upper 30s
Winds: South 10-15 mph