Temperature swings with more late week rain likely
The first half of November has been running cool with just one day so far above average and that was on Wednesday with a high temperatures of 51 degrees.
As we get later into the month the average temperature will keep dropping with less daylight and lower sun angle.
Cool will be the rule over the next several days with a see-saw of temperatures providing only two possible days at or above average heading into the Thanksgiving week.
After a chilly Thursday, southwesterly flow will kick in Friday ahead of the next disturbance allowing temperatures to warm a couple degrees above average.
Areas of drizzle and a few light showers will be likely Friday into early Saturday morning as that disturbance sweeps through. The rain will end, but the temperatures will only manage to climb into the 30s and 40s through the weekend with night lows in the teens and 20s.
Another surge of warm air arrives for Monday with temperatures near 50 before the next shot of colder air emerges through the middle of next week as Thanksgiving approaches.