Mild Sunday ahead of rain chances to start the short work week
PEORIA (25News Now) - If you were not able to enjoy some of the gorgeous mid-November weather Saturday, you have one more day to do so. Changes will arrive through our short work week into Thanksgiving weekend as multiple storm systems look to bring rain, colder temperatures and the possibility for some flurries.
Our forecast will remain for Sunday as high pressure begins to slide east. You will need the coat for any early morning plans. Our day will start off sunny and cold with temperatures in the upper 20′s to lower 30′s. Clouds will begin to build through the afternoon and evening as an area of low pressure approaches from the southwest. Despite the increasing clouds, temperatures will be warmer than Saturday with highs in the upper 50′s to lower 60′s. This will put us back around 10 degrees above our seasonal average daytime highs.
Clouds will continue to build into Monday’s forecast as the low pressure nears. This system will bring widespread showers for the second half of Monday into early Tuesday morning’s forecast. As a result, you should plan on having the rain gear ready for Monday evening’s commute. Rain will end early Tuesday morning, drying us out for much of the day.
Behind this system, temperatures will be cooler with highs in the mid 40′s for Wednesday and Thanksgiving. Colder temperatures are expected Friday into next weekend with highs in the 30′s to low 40′s. A second system will be possible during the holiday weekend, which could bring rain and the chance for flurries with it, but the exact specifics remain unclear as we are still a week away.
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