Some of the coldest temperature readings in months recorded across the state Saturday morning...

Staying cold through the day Saturday with highs in the 30s. With an increase in clouds overall and especially into this evening, we could experience some isolated freezing rain or wintry mix. It shouldn't be anything significant, but could make for slippery driving conditions in spots.

Overall, mostly dry weather is expected for Sunday (despite clouds). The top story for Sunday is the milder air. We'll make it into the mid-to-upper 40s for highs.

Temperatures jump even higher on Monday, but it'll come with rain. Highs in the 50s!

Nice Tuesday, then turning colder on Wednesday, which is a huge holiday travel day. It may get tricky with some moisture moving into the colder air.
We are still gauging how much precipitation will fall Wed./Thu.
Just keep in mind that we have a rain/snow risk on Wednesday, Wednesday night, and Thanksgiving morning.
We'll keep you posted.

- Tom Johnston

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