Soggy weather returns tonight, Wind Advisory issued Wednesday

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(WYMT) - A Wind Advisory has been issued for the mountains Wednesday as a cold front moves through.

Tonight and Wednesday
Tonight a cold front will move into the mountains bringing soggy and windy weather. Rain chances will increase tonight with temperatures only dropping into the lower 50s.

That cold front will continue to move through the mountains as we head into your Wednesday. That morning commute could be a soggy one, but rain chances will clear out throughout the afternoon. The big issue on Wednesday will be the wind. A Wind Advisory has been issued for the mountains starting early Wednesday morning through Wednesday evening. Winds could gust up to 40-45 mph.

If you are traveling tomorrow, take it easy! Bring any loose objects inside, especially if you already have your outdoor Christmas decorations up!

Thanksgiving and Black Friday
Your forecast for Thanksgiving and Black Friday looks a lot better.

It'll be a little bit cooler for both days with highs in the mid to upper 40s and overnight lows in the lower 30s. We'll see a mixture of sun and clouds for both days.

We could see a stray shower on Friday, but I do think most of us stay dry. If you are getting up early for shopping on Friday I recommend bundling up!

Extended Forecast
As we head into the weekend we'll be tracking another system moving into the mountains.

Right now it looks like scattered rain chances return Saturday and we'll continue to see those scattered rain chances into your Sunday and Monday.

Temperatures look to drop with this next system. That mixed with some rain could bring some mixed precipitation into the mountains. Of course, it is still early to know for sure, but we'll keep an eye on this over the next few days.

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WYMT Chief Meteorologist
Paige Noël

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