It will be a chilly night tonight as temperatures drop into the 30s under a mainly clear sky. temperatures will be comfortable tomorrow afternoon in the mid 60s with a sunny sky.
Wednesday will feature lots of rain and a few thunderstorms as a more potent cold front moves in. An upper-level disturbance may move in before the surface front, bringing us rain early on Wednesday and stifling any severe weather threats. We’ll have to watch how this situation unfolds, but right now, it looks like just rain and not strong storms.
After the rain moves out, a dry Thanksgiving is on the way for most of us. The front may stall out across the area, and depending on where this happens, a few showers are possible early. But they should be relatively light. Friday, an upper-level trough will dig into the region, lifting the stalled front to the north and increasing rain chances for Friday and Saturday.