CLEVELAND – Happy Thanksgiving!
Cold wind is pushing temperatures back into below-normal territory for a few days.
Aside from a recharge of colder air, our overall weather looks relatively quiet for the Holiday period. 66 more words
A few broken clouds are moving in and will continue to do such for most of the night. Not expecting any precipitation but it will keep temperatures from getting too chilly. 161 more words
Temperatures spike into uncharted November territory.
High pressure continues to expand over the Baja California coast. This drives daytime highs running 15-20° above normal through Thanksgiving weekend. 154 more words
The solar term of Xiǎoxuě (Chinese), Shōsetsu 小雪(Japanese), soseol 소설 (Korean), Vietnamese Tiểu tuyếliterally means “minor snow” and is the 20th solar term. It begins when the Sun reaches the celestial longitude of 240° and ends at the longitude of 255°. 776 more words
ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – The holiday travel rush is on for people across the country packing up to see family for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. AAA Spokesman Robert Sinclair says if you want to avoid the rush, you may have to delay the trip and travel on the holiday itself. 187 more words