Cloudy and mild start to Thanksgiving in central Iowa

The next few days sunny and mild

The day in Turkey starts out mild and cloudy with a few rain showers. Meteorologist Trey Fulbright takes a look at the radar and what the rest of the Bank Holiday weekend has in store.



BUT WE COULD HAVE A SMALL BIT OF A CHANGE. CHRIS THE SUN SEEMS SOMETHING UNVISITED TO SOME OF US. IF YOU TRAVEL THROUGH THE COUNTRY YOU MAY ENJOY SOME DELAYS AT THE AIRPORT. THIS WAS A VERY QUIET RIDE UP TO THE THANK YOU, BUT NOW THINGS TURN SOMETHING MORE ACTIVELY. SO WE WILL UNLOCK THE FORECAST. IT’S FRIDAY, SATURDAY THIS BEAUTIFUL WEATHER TRAIL CONTINUES. WE RISE THE TEMPERATURES WHILE WE WALK. TO THE RIGHT. WE SHOW 40S AND NOW WE SHOW 50S WHILE GETTING A LITTLE CLOSER. AND WHILE THIS AIR MASS REMAINS MODERATE, BASIC OVER US UNTIL SUNDAY, THERE IS AN AREA OF MORNING FAILURE AND NOTE THE TERM RAIN IS NOT USED. WE WILL TALK ABOUT THAT IN THE SECOND BLACK FRIDAY FORECAST. LOOKING FANTASTIC IF YOU WALKING THE WAY WE START AT 7AM 29 TEMPERATURE. SLIGHTLY COOL BUT AVERAGE FOR THIS SEASON BY NOON WE HAVE UP TO 48 DEGREES WITH A CLEAR SUN AT FIVE, A TEMPERATURE 52. AND THEN WE START ADDING MORE CLOUD COVER TOWARDS THE EVENING TEMPERATURE OF 45 DEGREES. CLOUDS PART, CLEAR SKY MOVES NORTHWEST. WIND AT NINE. LOWER OUR WINDSHIELDS TO 40 DEGREES. AIR TEMPERATURES ARE BACK TO THE 1930S. UP AROUND MASON CITY AND ALGONA. MOST EVERYONE ELSE IS IN THEIR 40S. CRESTON. THE EXCEPTION INTO SOUTHERN IOWA AT 39. NO CLOUD COVER REALLY LEFT. ONCE YOU GO WEST INTERSTATE 35. AND THEN WE WATCH THEIR NEXT DEVELOPING STORM SYSTEM NEAR ALBUQUERQUE. THIS IS A PIECE OF IT. ANOTHER PIECE COMING FROM MONTANA THE COLD FRONT MOVES SOUTH AND EAST AND YOU SEE RAIN AREA COMES FROM THE SOUTH AS WE GO INTO THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT WE GET CLOUDY THE FRONT MOVES THROUGH AND THEN THE WIND SHIFTS NORTH AND WEST ON THIS WEST BEACH, WE MAY SEE A PLANE OF SNOW THAT LIKELY NOT CONSIDERED A WHOLE LOT, MAYBE AN INCH ON GRASS SPACES, WHILE MOVING FAST EAST. AND THEN WE SHUT DOWN THE PRECIPITATION WITH THIS DRYING NORTHWEST WIN. AND THEN WE WILL SEE THE SUNSHINE RETURN BY SUNDAY AFTERNOON. WE HAVE LOTS TO WATCH OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS WHILE THE SYSTEM IS DEVELOPED AND EVOLVED. TONIGHT’S TEMPERATURES ARE BACK IN THE 20’s. WHILE WE GO FROM CITY TO CITY TOMORROW, AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE MID 50’S, ANOTHER FANTASTIC DAY BEFORE ANY CLOUDS RETURN. NO WET WEATHER AT ALL. TEMPERATURES ON SATURDAY MATCH WHAT WE HAVE FOR FRIDAY’S HIGH IN THE 50’S IS AGAIN SUNDAY. SLIGHTLY COOLER DUE TO THE CLOUDS AND MORNING SHOWERS AND MAYBE SOME SNOWFLAKES AND THEN MORE WET WEATHER IS POSSIBLE BY TUESDAY WITH ANOTHER COLD FRONT

The next few days sunny and mild

The day in Turkey starts out mild and cloudy with a few rain showers. Meteorologist Trey Fulbright takes a look at the radar and what the rest of the Bank Holiday weekend has in store.

The next few days calm and mild. A storm system will sweep through the region on Sunday. Showers are possible as temperatures drop back into the 40s. Most of next week will be seasonally cool. More unsettled weather is possible midweek next week. Interactive Radar | Weather Alerts WATCH: Winter weather patterns explained. Forecast: Thursday night: Mostly clear. Low 29. Winds from the NW at 5-8 mph. Friday: Mostly sunny. High 53. Winds WNW at 5-10 mph.

The next few days calm and mild. A storm system will sweep through the region on Sunday. Showers are possible as temperatures drop back into the 40s. Most of next week will be seasonally cool. More unsettled weather is possible midweek next week.

Interactive Radar | Weather Warnings

WATCH: Winter weather patterns explained.

Forecast:

Thursday night: Mostly clear. Low 29. Winds from the NW at 5-8 mph.

Friday: Mostly sunny. High 53. Winds WNW at 5-10 mph.

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