Ben's Weather Forecast Updated: Thursday, Nov 26 @ 12:18am
Low pressure digging through the Great Basin this Thanksgiving holiday will generate a moderate to strong offshore flow bringing gusty winds and very chilly temps across the region. With the cold air advection, highs will only reach the mid-30's today, so be prepared for a chilly Thanksgiving holiday! Expect east to northeast winds 15-25mph at times with stronger gusts below passes and canyons, pushing wind chill values into the 20's throughout the day, bundle up out there! Temperatures will creep back into the lower 40's Friday as this offshore flow weakens, warming to the lower 50's over the weekend, while overnight lows drop into the teens. Quiet weather will continue through next week with near-normal temperatures as the forecast remains dry. The soonest I see anything on radar isn't until the end of next week, at the earliest!