Teachman’s Take: Chilly Scattered Showers

Skies will be cloudy with scattered showers today.  These showers will develop anywhere and at any time through Wednesday morning.  The intensity is expected to be on the light side.


Temperatures will feel cool in the middle 50s this afternoon.


Any showers will taper early Wednesday morning.  Rainfall amounts have trended downward through Wednesday.  And these amounts line up pretty well with where the strongest returns are showing up on LIVE Power Doppler this morning.


Clouds will be stubborn to break up throughout Wednesday.  Highs will dip into the upper 40s.  There is a quick moving system for Thanksgiving Day.  It is expected to travel just to our north and we’ll remain on the dry side.  However, a rain/snow mixture is possible in parts of Iowa and Minnesota.  Highs will be pleasantly cool in the middle 50s.

Sunshine returns for Black Friday.  Temps early in the morning will be in the middle 30s and warm to the lower 50s by afternoon – not too bad at all!  Over the weekend, expect sunshine for Saturday.  There is another storm system expected at the end of the weekend and into early next week.  Rain looks most likely with highs in the upper 40s and lower 50s.  We’ll have to watch the back side of it because if there is enough moisture as the colder air arrives, a few snowflakes are possible.

Take care,



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