The last few days of November have brought us sunny, pleasant weather that we would expect for the end of October, not November. Afternoon highs over the Thanksgiving break have been ten degrees above average and that won’t change for the rest of the weekend. Temperatures tonight stay mild, only reaching the upper 50’s and lower 60’s. Skies will be partly cloudy but we could see areas of dense fog develop early tomorrow morning. The best chance for fog development remains west of Interstate 65, but, as always, make sure you have your headlights on while traveling tomorrow morning.
Tomorrow is another gorgeous day! Highs will reach the mid 70’s again. We’ll have a few more clouds tomorrow, especially if you are west of I-65. Keep in mind that the humidity will be a little higher with a light south wind but it will not be uncomfortable like summer. A few more clouds may venture into the forecast tomorrow night. There may also be a few sprinkles that reach the northwestern areas.
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday all bring the chance of rain but the chance is small. Monday, we are ahead of the front and will stay mild with a few scattered showers. By Tuesday, the front will be just to our northwest so expect a cloudy day with a slightly better chance of rain. The front will pass through Wednesday but won’t bring a lot of rain to the area like it did for Texas. Rain totals should stay under a half inch. Thursday starts the drying process as we bring back cooler sunshine for the late week.