Cloudy sky, scattered flurries to start work week in the metro

November 19, 2018 07:27 AM

It's expected to be a quiet start to the work week, with cloud cover and isolated flurries Monday.

Chief Morning Meteorologist Ken Barlow said flurries are expected to move out of the metro area by 10 a.m. or so. The high Monday is expected to be 30 degrees.

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Looking ahead, Barlow said Wednesday, which is typically a busy travel day before Thanksgiving, is expected to be relatively clear, weather-wise, with partial sunshine and temperatures in the low- to mid-30s.

Then, Thanksgiving Day Thursday is expected to me mostly sunny with temperatures rising to nearly 40 degrees.

See the seven-day forecast here

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