November 24, Sunday Evening Forecast

- Howdy folks and good Sunday to you. This evening, the snow has ended for most of us, though we may see a few flurries across the Low Rolling Plains, the accumulating snow is done with. Though some of the snowpack did melt today, the wet roads will freeze overnight and create slick spots by Monday morning. Please continue to use extra caution while driving due to the icy conditions.

The clouds will stay with us through the morning time as lows drops to the teens and 20s. The skies will stay partly cloudy throughout the day but the lack of abundant sunshine will keep us cold with highs in the upper 20s and lower 30s. A little more snow will melt during the day but most of it will leave through the middle of the week.

Tuesday, sunny skies take over with highs above 40 degrees, and Wednesday and Thanksgiving we'll get back to the upper 40s and lower 50s.

By Friday, we hit the 60s with plenty of sun before a quick cool down comes for next Saturday.

Have a great night!

Meteorologist Chris Martin

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