TUESDAY NIGHT: A few clouds will move in from the west overnight as winds begin to shift to the southeast. Temperatures will still fall below freezing. Lows will be in the upper 20s by sunrise Wednesday.
MID-WEEK through NEXT WEEKEND: Our next rain-maker will approach Wednesday afternoon, with showers developing in the late evening. On Thursday we’ll see showers and a rumble of thunder possible. Mostly cloudy skies will remain for Friday with a slight chance to see a few more shower. We expect conditions to clear out with mostly sunny skies returning by Saturday to bring in the first weekend of December. Temperatures will be unseasonably cool all week, with afternoon highs only in the 50s, and overnight lows in the 30s.
TROPICS: We’re still watching the tropics, even though the Atlantic hurricane season officially ended on Monday. A disturbance in the far eastern Atlantic near the Canary Islands off the northwest coast of Africa has about a 10 percent chance of organizing into a subtropical storm over the next five days. There are no threats to the Americas at this time.