North Coast Weather Forecast: Wednesday, November 22nd


As we continue through the rest of our Wednesday, we will continue to have plenty of cloud coverage, with some light showers in the northern part of our viewing area. Skies will be clearing out as we go through our overnight hours and some of us along the coast and in lower elevations can expect to have some patchy fog. Temperatures will drop to the 30s and 40s for overnight lows and winds will be coming from the north around five to ten miles per hour. Thanksgiving is looking to have plenty of sunshine for the North Coast viewing area. However, winds are going to be picking up quite a bit, in the late morning hours coming from the north with gusts up to 25 miles per hour through the afternoon. Temperatures will be in the 50s and a bit in the 60s for highs. Winds will make it feel a bit cooler though. For the end of the week and into the upcoming weekend, we are looking to have plenty of sunshine with a few clouds moving into our area. We will be more on the dry side as we get into the next few days as well. Temperatures will stay in the 50s and 60s for highs into next week Tuesday and we will have more sunshine than clouds. Next week Wednesday, we are looking at a potential cold front moving through our area, which will give us a slight decrease in temperatures and more scattered showers possible for the end of the month.