Forecast: Winds Become Calm Overnight

Paige Wampler

Updated Tue, Nov 25, 2014 7:06 pm

High pressure built in from the west today, giving us those sunny skies. The high pressure will keep dry weather through tonight.

The gusty winds that have been moving through the region will finally begin to calm down this evening.

By midnight, calm winds will enter the forecast and will remain calm through tomorrow.

A storm system that is moving up the east coast brings a slight chance for snow beginning Wednesday night. 

On Thanksgiving, snow is possible in the morning, and as temperatures warm up, it'll turn to rain by the afternoon.

Temperatures are expected to be in the upper 30s for Thanksgiving with lows in the 20s.

The weather will clear up for the beginning of the weekend as high pressure builds in again allowing for another increase in temperatures.


TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy with calm winds by midnight. | LOW: 30°

WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy. | HIGH: 41° | LOW: 29°

THANKSGIVING DAYChance of rain and snow, gradually clearing. | HIGH: 39° | LOW: 22°

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. | HIGH: 38° | LOW: 30°

SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy. | HIGH: 52° | LOW: 45°

SUNDAY: Chance of rain showers. | HIGH: 58° | LOW: 45°

MONDAY: Chance of rain showers. | HIGH: 49° | LOW: 37°

TUESDAY: Partly cloudy. | High: 58°