|Updated: 11/27/2013 6:23 pm
||Published: 11/27/2013 6:13 pm
On the heels of the coldest stretch of November weather since 1996, a warming trend will arrive in time for the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend.
South winds return tonight and this will put a slow-down on the cooling.
TONIGHT: Temperatures will drop quickly this evening before leveling-off around midnight.
South wind and slightly less-dry air will keep morning lows in the 20s.
A quick warm-up will get underway during the day. Temperatures will climb from the 20s through the 30s and 40s by afternoon. Highs, though still below normal (mid-50s), will peek in the lower-50s.
South wind around 5-10mph under mostly sunny skies.
Temperatures will cool back into the 20s under clear skies. South winds 5-10mph.
A few more clouds in the afternoon. Temperatures will get back to normal with highs in the middle-50s. South wind 5-15mph.
We'll take a closer look at this weekends weather tonight on FOX23 News at 9 & 10.
Until then, have a wonderful night.
By Thanksgiving Morning, temps will
Lows in the teens and lower-20s on Wednesday