The cold front that brought all of the severe weather to the central portion of the country yesterday is now sliding into the Gulf of Mexico as high pressure from our north builds in. This area of high pressure will keep skies clear the next couple of days, and will also lead to breezy conditions tonight and tomorrow.
Temperatures will drop back into the 60s through the middle of the week prior to returning to the low 70s by Friday in advance of our next cold front. The front looks to clear the area on Saturday and leave us with much cooler weather heading into Thanksgiving week.
This front will touch off some rain showers on Friday with a better chance on Saturday as the front passes. No thunderstorms are expected at this point as there will be little to no upper level support to cause the lift needed to support thunderstorms.
Looking past the 7 day, an upper level low looks to approach us Tuesday and Wednesday of Thanksgiving week, which could mean some showers, and perhaps some storms, heading into the busiest travel day of the year.
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