Published: Wed, November 22, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

A Strong Cold Front Arrives Today

A Strong Cold Front Arrives Today

Sunday will be mostly sunny and chillier. Then late Tuesday night into Wednesday will see that cold front move in from the west as an area of low-pressure brushes southern and eastern parts of the viewing area with some rain.

Temperatures are much warmer today compared to what we had yesterday.

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The NWS asks that people avoid burning leaves or yard waste, and cautions that even throwing a lit cigarette out a vehicle window could be enough to ignite a fire in these conditions. As the cold front arrives, winds will shift to the north and will be on the breezy side at 15-25 miles per hour.

Precision 18 Radar is quiet this morning and skies are mostly clear. We will start Thanksgiving Day off frosty. High temperatures climb into the 60s, with overnight lows in the 40s. As the day goes on there will be a mix of clouds and sunshine. IF that front slows a few hours, we'll hit 80 that day! Temperatures will start in the 20s for sunrise Black Friday deals. If your heading out tonight, make sure to have multiple lightweight layers on!

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Wednesday is expected to be cooler, with a high of 46 and a low Wednesday night around 30.

Next week will remain nice with mostly sunny skies and little to no chance for any rain. Tuesday morning, you'll wake up to temperatures in the 40s. Lows will drop into the low to mid 30s with some scattered rain showers, that may change to snow by Wednesday morning. We will have just a 20% chance for a light shower.

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We'll wrap up Thanksgiving Weekend on a sharply colder note.

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