Let's Talk Turkey
Posted by Chris Lambert
It's a cold start this morning, in fact many of the suburbs are dealing with quite the thick frost to kick the day off. With a lot of low level moisture in place, all it took was for temps to cool overnight for all that water vapor to turn to ice crystals and cover just about anything from the grass, to the mulch to your windshield. Maybe even a few patches of black ice are out there on sidewalks and driveways, so watch your step early this morning!
Frost melts away quickly this morning as temps warm to near 50 this afternoon with partly sunny skies. More low clouds may fill in through SE Mass with an onshore flow this afternoon, so we'll watch that potential. Otherwise, we're still on cruise control this week with dry weather prevailing.
Not only is the weather quiet around here, but it's quiet around most of the country. It'll be an active pattern the next couple of days across the Pacific Northwest, but for the Midwest, Southwest, the Rockies, all the way to the East coast, we're dry.
Thanksgiving Day forecast looks good. We'll start the day off in the mid 30s, rise into the mid 40s for kickoff for all those High School football games, and end the day with mostly sunny skies and temps near 50. Good luck to all the players out there, have fun, and eat lots of food after!