High pressure will remain in place with a low pressure down in the Southwest continuing to provide a block to any storms and the offshore flow that is keeping the coast warm through tomorrow. The offshore flow will start to break down Sunday evening which will allow the return of overnight fog and low clouds to the coast. West side valley locations will continue to see patchy morning freezing fog through the weekend. If you headed out this weekend to the Beavers game or leaving early for the holiday you won’t have any travel problems.
Wednesday a storm system will slip in from the west bringing a chance of showers into Thanksgiving. This next low pressure could dive far enough south to only bring increased clouds to our area and keep us dry. The best chance at this time for isolated showers will be northern California and the coast. This is worth mentioning, but may change as we move into the holiday and we will continue to monitor this system. Snow levels will remain between 5,000 to 5,500 feet which is above most pass levels so travel impacts will be low to none.
Meteorologist Megan Parry