Warmer tomorrow but cold again by Friday
MM’s Wx Vlog
Tuesday: Sunny & chilly.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. Windy. Milder.
Thanksgiving: Showers likely after noon. Mild. Turning sharply colder late in into the night.
Friday: Partly to mostly sunny. Cold.
Saturday – Monday: Partly to mostly sunny. Milder.
MM’s Wx Concerns
Temps will be cold again tonight. Overnight lows are expected to drop to 24-26 degrees across the area. Keep those outside fur babies sheltered and warm.
Almanac for Yesterday
Today’s National Wx Map (New!)
High pressure is in control of the eastern US today, bringing lots of folks lots of sunshine! The system out west will move east and arrive here Thanksgiving.
National High Temps for Today (New!)
It’s a very warm late November day across the central and northern plains. Some locations will reach highs in the 70s.
National Low Temps for Tonight (New!)
Temps will be well above to well-above normal tonight across the plains.
24-Hour Temperature Change (New!)
It’s much colder in the eastern US compared to this time yesterday. Notice the warmth building to our west, though. That warmth will slide east tomorrow.
On This Day in Wx History
2004 – An outbreak of severe thunderstorms produced reports of 54 tornadoes across portions of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Alabama. In Texas’s Hardin county, one person was killed with three injured when a tornado struck during the afternoon.
December’s MM Kids class will feature a lesson on weather folklore! Stay tuned for a date and registration info!
The data cutoff for Drought Monitor maps is each Tuesday at 7 a.m. The maps, which are based on analysis of the data, are released each Thursday at 7:30 a.m.
Meteorologist Mark Pro
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