24 November, 2017
"Stay hydrated. It's going to be very dry".
A cold front swept through this morning and put an end to any rain and some sunshine managed to develop this afternoon for some, but considerable clouds did linger for much of the day.
It will be one of the warmest Thanksgiving's ever in the Denver metro area on Thursday.
Travelers hitting the road for Thanksgiving! High temperatures will be cooler than yesterday due to the front, with highs right around the 60 degree mark.
Records were also set in Long Beach, where the temperature reached 96 and topped the 2015 record of 88. Some brisk and blustery north to northwest breezes did increase in the wake of our cold front, which started the delivery of our latest shot of colder air. Clouds will thin by Wednesday night, leading to a cold night with lows in the mid 20s. That's higher than Palm Springs' predicted high of 92 degrees. This puts Tucson into the mid-to-upper 80s for daytime highs!More news: Owning dog linked to lower risk of dying earlier
A cold front plows into the state on Friday afternoon, so expect early highs at lunch of almost 70 degrees then falling through the afternoon.
Lows for your Black Friday will be in the mid-30s with highs getting back to average with a high of 66.
The high-pressure ridge is predicted to weaken over the weekend, and near-normal temperatures should return by Monday, Sirard said. The front may cause a few light rain or snow showers in the mountains on Friday but lower elevations will remain dry.
You won't need that holiday sweater for Thanksgiving in Southern California.