What a long day…it’s been 12 hours and time to drive home (slowly). Not much to talk about for the next 24-36 hours. We’ll see about the Wednesday snow possibilities tomorrow. Not a lot of moisture and none on some models.
Then it’s on to a quick switch to southerly wind Thanksgiving Day. That can warm us up quickly. Remember in the middle of the 2008 cold spell when a low pressure are formed to the north? We went from teens at 10pm one night to 39 by noon the next day with a breezy southwest wind. It does happen. Especially since we have no cold Gorge wind to keep us cool this time around.
Chief Meteorologist Mark Nelsen