Tuesday sees mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. An isolated shower or sprinkle can not be ruled out, but most won't see it. Highs are in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
A cold front will then approach Saturday.
Most of the day Saturday will be dry, or so it's looking like right now, as a strong cold front approaches from the west and is expected to bring scattered rain late Saturday and Saturday night. Chilly temperatures and more sunshine develops for Thursday.
The cold front that brought the rain to the area Wednesday is now off to the East. It turns breezy, with temperatures beginning in the 40s, with perhaps a few pockets in the upper 30s.
Thursday looks like a fall beauty with mainly sunny skies and afternoon temperatures near 60. Getting up into the mid 60s for highs with a good amount of sunshine.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and cold temperatures develop, with a low of 24 degrees. And we'll certainly take that as some clearing in the skies will allow temperatures to drop like a rock into the overnight, with lows falling into the middle 20s. The rain could continue into Saturday night, but computer guidance models have been inconsistent on the timing of the precipitation. This system should clear our area by Thanksgiving day as some chilly air moves in from the northeast. For now Thanksgiving Day looks cool and dry with a lows around 40°, followed by a high in the lower 60s.
The arctic air arrives Sunday. Overnight lows on Sunday night in the upper 30s to the low 40s.