Wherever your Thanksgiving travel plans take you, if you are staying local, the weather is going to be rather cool for Thanksgiving.
John Bumgardner at the National Weather Service in Lincoln tells us we could see some rain roll through the area tonight into Tuesday to start the week.
Past Thanksgiving, November is going to be cool for the remainder of the month. Bumgardner explains some of the cool, arctic air is going to slide south and the Midwest will catch some of it.
Moving into December and then the new year, temperatures are trending towards above-normal with El Nino impacting our weather for the winter months.
We'll hear more from Bumgardner on the winter outlook later in the week on Regional Radio.