We sure have seen our fair share of rain around this area as we continue the trend from this past summer. Our are picked up over a quarter of an inch yesterday bringing our November total past the 4" mark! Thankfully drier weather ahead in the next few days will give us a gentler entrance as we get through the first week of December.
Here is a quick look at November's high temperature trend and as you can see much of the month was spent above normal, especially the first half!
Today we'll still be dealing with plenty of cloud cover as the storm system that brought yesterdays rainfall continues to pull off to the northeast. During the afternoon and evening hours a few flurries may pass through but no substantial accumulation is expected. Highs will remain cool in the upper 30s.
Wednesday a few leftover flurries will be possible in the morning otherwise plenty of clouds around and highs in the middle 30s.
Thursday begins our warming trend as the sun returns and highs rebound to around 40. We'll continue above average temperatures to finish out the rest of the week, remaining in the 40s and by Saturday we could be nearing the 50 degree mark or better as we develop a southerly flow again keeping us above normal while remaining dry.
Have a great Tuesday!