By: Chief Meteorologist Alex Garcia
The weather roller coaster is getting ready to make another dive taking us back into a cloudy, cool day with a few showers possible. It will make a spin and come back up for a run at some sunshine and warmer temperatures. We will see a series of cold pushes of air in the next 14 days.
Wednesday morning will start with overcast skies, temperatures in the 40s and a light north wind. A west coast disturbance will be approaching the area. Warm gulf air, a mile up in the atmosphere, moving into the region will become the fuel for showers. Lunchtime temperatures will hit the low 50s as the west coast disturbance arrives in the area. Scattered showers will begin to develop across the region. The clouds and rain will work to limit peak afternoon temperatures to the mid-50s. Wednesday evening the west coast disturbance will move east of the region. Temperatures will drop to near 50 by mid-evening.
Long range - Thanksgiving Day will be cloudy with temperatures in the 60s with little, if any rainfall. The next opportunity for rain will come Friday with the arrival of a weak cold front. A much stronger front will arrive on Sunday bringing gusty winds, cool temperatures and not much else. The next front will arrive at the end of the month. It too, is looking dry at this point. The next rainmaking front will likely arrive within the first week of December.
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