National Weather Service: Bright and chilly Monday for Shelter Island

Marie Harrington
November 22, 2017

Angelenos can expect a hot Thanksgiving this year, with record-breaking temperatures forecast across the region. Next Saturday will be milder with highs back to near 60. Salt Lake City will reach the 50s on Tuesday and the 60s on Wednesday. The high will be 61. South-southwest winds could gust as high as 25-30 miles per hour.

The forecast is looking dry to end the week with mostly sunny skies. The NWS predicts a 70 percent chance of precipitation in the eastern part of the state and a 50 percent chance in the western half, accompanied by light winds not peaking 10 miles per hour. Skies will become partly cloudy as highs climb into the lower 40s.

According to AAA, many from our area will be part of the 50.9 million Americans expected to journey some 50 miles or more away from home this Thanksgiving.

High pressure will prevail for today and Tuesday.

Thanksgiving could be toasty and Black Friday could be balmy for southeast Iowa as a warm pattern moves in at midweek.

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The warm-up will ramp up on Friday with highs close to 70° along with sunny skies.

Saturday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 63. The high will be 62, after a morning low of 38. Overnight, we will cool down to the upper 30s, so it will be a chilly night!

Friday Night.Mostly clear. Lows near 40.

Monday will be sunny and cold. Low temperatures will also be in the mid 20's to mid 30's. So, this cool weather will not last too long.

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