Gusty winds are back for one more day Tuesday, just enough wind to keep it chilly all day long. The winds are coming to us courtesy of a deep area of low pressure located to the north slowly pulling away.
As the low moves away, winds will decrease, making for a much quieter and somewhat milder day Wednesday.
Tuesday, the wind chill readings will likely stay in the 30s while afternoon temperatures peak in the upper 40s. Even though it continues to be colder than normal, at least it is dry and expected to stay dry for the travel days leading up to Thanksgiving Day.
However, the First Alert hour-by-hour futurecast, shows a storm system moving through the Midwest Wednesday evening, That system will impact our region on Thanksgiving.
Light showers will be moving in from the west during the day on Thanksgiving. In spite of the showers, temperatures will be climbing into the 50s, ensuring that it will only be rain during the day.
The scattered rain showers should be moving out later in the day on Thursday, but don't put your umbrella away just yet, the First Alert 10 day forecast has yet another round of showers swinging through later Friday before we dry out for the rest of the holiday weekend.