Showers and light rain will start off the week, heavier rain coming Tuesday night.
Another set of storms is setting up in the Pacific Ocean to slam the NorthState. The first will get here Monday morning and won’t really leave us along until later in the day. But by then, another storm will be waiting in the wings to drop another batch of heavy rain on us. The second storm will be the heavier of the two and could have some thunderstorms imbedded in the front as it passes. In addition, this system will have some very strong winds with it. Winds could gust over 50 in the mountains, and over 40 in the valley Tuesday.
Later this week looks great. As we get into Wednesday we’ll start cloudy and rainy, but eventually start to see the sun peak out. It will finally clear just in time for the sun to set, but that will make for a great day on Thanksgiving. With the sunshine, the temperatures will respond by jumping almost 7 degrees. We’ll see a high of 57 on Wednesday and 65 on Thanksgiving.
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