MONDAY NIGHT FORECAST UPDATE BY METEOROLOGIST CRAIG FLINT:
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and cold. Good weather if you are traveling. Low: 17. Wind: E/SE 4-8 mph.
TUESDAY: Good travel weather through the morning into early afternoon. Becoming breezy as clouds increase with a burst of wet snow and wintry mix by sunset. Roads should be mainly wet, however a slushy coating to 1-2 inches is possible in the higher elevations before slowly changing to all rain in most areas Tuesday night. High: 39. Wind: E/SE 5-15 mph then increasing to 15-25 mph with higher gusts.
WEDNESDAY: Lingering mainly light rain showers through the morning before tapering to spotty sprinkles. Blustery and turning colder with some partial clearing late. High: 44.
THURSDAY (Thanksgiving Day): Partly sunny, dry and pleasant for late November. Great weather for travel. High: 46.
FRIDAY: Partly sunny with isolated snow flurries. Mainly dry and colder. High: 36.