First Alert Forecast: Clouds increase and rain chances stay low on Thanksgiving
Thursday will feature a few light showers and clouds. Highs will warm back above freezing.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) -
High temperatures warmed nicely into the 50s on Wednesday and even with cloud cover, a similar temperature is in reach on Thursday. Clouds and a few light showers will be possible throughout Thanksgiving, but we are not expecting a complete washout. Overall rainfall totals will be less than a tenth of an inch. Black Friday temperatures will hold in the upper 30s Friday morning and head towards the upper 40s Friday afternoon. On the other side of Thanksgiving, high temperatures will average the upper 40s with rain late Saturday and into Sunday. The forecast is still on track for another upper 40/low 50 degree stretch on Tuesday and Wednesday. Overall snow chances remain very low this week.
THANKSGIVING: Mostly cloudy skies throughout the day. Most of the holiday remains dry. The chances for showers don’t come into play until late in the evening with the best chances overnight and into Friday morning. The showers will be light. No heavy rain expected. Highs will get into the lower 50s across the region, very mild for the end of the month. High of 51 degrees. Winds S 5-10 mph.
FRIDAY: The showers will likely move out of the region before the sun comes up. Clouds will clear heading through the day with more sunshine likely during the afternoon. Highs staying mild in the upper 48s with a light breeze. High of 48 degrees. Winds S 5-10 mph.
LONG RANGE: The clear skies don’t last long. We have more rain chances late Saturday into Sunday. Even with the rain chances the temperatures will stay mild through the end of the month of November. It does look like the cold air and wintery weather chances return heading into December. Keep checking back for the latest details on your First Alert Forecast!
Daily Climate Report: Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022
Tuesday’s High: 48
Tuesday’s Low: 21
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