Quiet Weather for the Remainder of the Weekend

Good morning, WABBLES! Hopefully by now everyone has recovered from their food-induced coma. Sub-par weather was present for Thanksgiving and Black Friday, but we will experience quiet weather for the remainder of the weekend as a nice change.

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How we all feel after going back for seconds (giphy.com)


High pressure taking over the region is the name of the game for the next several days as it has followed in behind that Thanksgiving low. This high pressure, though, will keep us rain-free and mild. Today, the temperature will climb all the way to the mid 50’s which is a nice change from yesterday’s frigid temperatures. However, wind gusts are expected to be slightly above 20mph which could make our mild mid-50s feel more like the mid-40s. On the bright side, we will see plenty of sunshine (no pun intended).

NWS Forecast showing max wind gust over the next 24 hours in Warren County being 23mph (Pivotal Weather).

Overnight, we stay mostly clear with a low of 33 degrees and winds are expected ted to die down.


A few more clouds are expected to be present on Sunday making conditions likely to be mostly cloudy heading out the door for church. As the day progresses, though, the clouds are expected to thin revealing partly sunny skies. The high will be slightly cooler, but we are still expected to reach 50 degrees. Overnight, we dip to a very chilly low of 24 degrees accompanied by clear conditions. Brrrrrrrr.

Clouds appear to have more of a presence Sunday than what is expected today (Pivotal Weather).

Extended Forecast

The first part of the work week looks to be dry with sunshine, and by Tuesday and Wednesday, temperatures will be reading close to 60 degrees! How about that to welcome in December? On Thursday, slight rain chances return to the forecast.

Looking even further into December, the CPC 8-14 day temperature outlook looks to be slightly cooler while the CPC 8-14 day precipitation outlook looks to slightly below normal. These are merely predictions and are not determinant of the future, but they do give us a general expectation moving forward for these parameters.

Slightly cooler temperatures can be expected over the area highlighted in blue during the 8-14 day time period (Pivotal Weather).

That’s all for today! Thanks for reading and be sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter, @wxornotBG. Have a great weekend!