Happy Thanksgiving! Temperatures are sitting in the 40s across the area this morning. We'll see partly to mostly cloudy skies for our Thanksgiving, with high temperatures expected to climb into the low-60s. Temperatures will fall into the mid-40s by Friday morning, and Black Friday will be dry with highs in the upper-60s.
A cold front will move through our area Saturday night and bring with it another round of rain and storms to our area. We'll end up in a pretty similar set-up to what we saw Tuesday night/Wednesday morning: the threat will be overnight, there will be low-instability values, high wind shear, and an overall weakening storm system. This means that one or two storms could be strong to severe Saturday night. Damaging winds will be the primary threat, but an isolated brief and weak tornado can't be entirely ruled out. There is still time for things to change so be sure to keep up to date with the latest forecast on that.
We'll dry things out as we head into our Sunday, although a leftover shower will be possible around sunrise. A big-cool down will be in store for us as we head into the first work week of December. Highs will only be in the 50s Monday and Tuesday, with morning lows dropping back to the freezing mark by Tuesday morning. We will see lots of sunshine for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Highs will be in the low-60s by Wednesday.