A warm front going by to our north is bringing a few clouds this morning, but it looks like sunshine wins out with temperatures warming through the 50s to near 60 degrees south, and closer to 50 degrees well north. The wind continues to be gusty, from the southwest past 30 mph during the day.
We expect quiet weather overnight with temperatures remaining above freezing and wind diminishing a bit.
Travel day tomorrow is a little bit complicated as we are tracking a front from Canada to our north, and also low-pressure developing south of Nantucket. The two will join forces for a powerful storm AFTER they go by New England.
So we end up with a bit of rain east, and a few rain or snow showers in the mountains west and north.
Temperatures are going to be in the 50s south, falling into the 40s, and in the 40s north falling into the 30s during the afternoon.
Most of the country from coast to coast looks like it should be problem-free at the airports and most roadways too.
Another cold and dry winter wind arrives Wednesday night with temperatures falling into the 20s to near 30 degrees.
Thanksgiving looks like a nice day. The air will be cold at the football fields in the morning in the 20s and 30s at sunshine. The wind will tend to diminish for a nice afternoon and high temperatures near 40 degrees.
Friday starts off cold, with increasing clouds temperatures get back to the 40s.
And once again this weekend it looks like a warm wind will develop Saturday with temperatures well into the 50s, followed by showers of rain, changing to snow in the mountains with a colder wind arriving on Sunday.
Though there were a lot of energy centers, and the forecast is a bit challenging, we still see no big storms in sight.