The high pressure responsible for our quiet, dry period of weather this week is moving out, bringing lots of moisture behind it. Cities on the Pacific Coast are getting some rainfall this morning, and that moisture will make its way into the Treasure State by Friday. While the Thanksgiving holiday will be mostly dry, high elevations along the Divide will see snowfall. That snow will make it down to the valleys and plains Friday and Saturday but will clear out by Sunday.
Have a great day!
Meteorologist Katie Alexander