High pressure at the surface will slowly take control of our weather beginning today helping to gradually scour out the clouds from Monday. In addition, a building ridge in the upper levels of the atmosphere will allow warmer temperatures to bubble into our region. Our clouds will slowly decrease throughout the day leading to mainly clear skies with just a bit of patchy fog tonight and a ton of sunshine for Wednesday. The dry weather should persist into Thanksgiving Day, though there could be an isolated shower late. High temperatures on both days should touch 60 degress, leaping past the 44 degree average high for this time of year. Look for a dramatic change in temperatures as a powerful cold front sweeps through the state dropping temperatures by Black Friday and the weekend.
Have a great Tuesday!