Teachman’s Take: Temps Turn Milder
Clouds will be hanging around for Thanksgiving — finally giving way to a little more sunshine by this afternoon.
After a cold start in the 30s, we’ll warm just above the norm in the middle 50s. There’s a slight chance for a few showers between 4 and 8 PM along the Missouri/Iowa state line. Mostly cloudy skies with chilly temperatures in the 40s will greet folks checking out the Plaza Lighting Ceremony this evening.
Early morning shoppers won’t be in the brutal cold with temps in the middle 30s. Sunshine will return and stick around through Saturday. Highs on Friday will be mild in the middle 50s.
Even warmer Saturday and Sunday in the lower 60s. We’re still tracking a storm system that will bring us rain late Sunday and into Monday. We’ll continue to monitor the leftover moisture as the colder air arrives late Monday into Tuesday. Better chances for snow look to be farther north from Iowa through the Great Lakes region. Highs next week will fall into the 40s with lows in the upper 20s and lower 30s.