THURSDAY: Temperatures are going to unseasonably warm tomorrow as warm air streams up from the south ahead of our next weather system. Our temperatures should be in the low 60s. But, we will see the upper 60s by the afternoon after a cool start to the day in the low 40s. Skies will get progressively more cloudy through the day. But still, expect plenty of sunshine.
FRIDAY: With partly to mostly cloudy skies overnight, temperatures will be mild to start off the day and in the low to mid 50s. Throughout the afternoon, we will stay mainly dry until later in the day as a cold front approaches. Temperatures will climb to the mid to upper 60s. Widespread showers arrive on Friday evening and will track from west to east throughout the overnight hours.
WEEKEND: Rain will slowly clear the area from west to east throughout the late morning hours on Saturday. By Saturday afternoon, much of the rain will be confined to the Montgomery area. Temperatures will be cooling as colder air starts to settle in behind the front. We will start off Saturday in the 60s. But, by Sunday morning, our temperatures will be in the upper 30s, low 40s. Skies will clear by Sunday afternoon and we will see the return of much colder weather. Temperatures will hang out in the 50s all afternoon.
NEXT WEEK: We will start off the week dry with near average. Temperatures. Monday will start off in the mid to upper 30s and we will be in the low 60s by the afternoon with plenty of sunshine. Rain is back in the forecast Tuesday night into Wednesday. While this could create a wet commute for Thanksgiving travelers, the wet weather looks to clear in time for Thanksgiving.