Thanksgiving was chilly, but we stayed dry under an overcast sky. Those low clouds will hang with us through the night and through the day on Friday. A weak disturbance will move swing to our north during that time frame as well, which could spawn a few light snow flurries or sprinkles. However, much of the Stateline will likely remain dry and avoid any precipitation. Thus, if you are venturing out to do some late-night shopping tonight, you may be greeted by a few snowflakes. No accumulation is expected, and the roads will remain in great shape. Temperatures tonight will be cold, but considering December begins in a week, low 30's are not all too bad. Just be sure to dress warmly as you head from store to store.
If you are waiting until the sun rises on Friday to hit the stores, prepare for another overcast day with low clouds holding strong all day. Temperatures will push into the low and perhaps middle 40's, which is right where we should be this time of year. Be sure to dress warm and enjoy your holiday shopping!