Going into the weekend, temperatures will get even warmer as highs reach the low and mid 70s for both Saturday and Sunday. Clouds will also increase steadily through the weekend.
Next week, our weather turns more active. A cold front will move into the Deep South on Monday, bringing more clouds but very isolated showers. Temperatures will trend a little lower because of the cloud cover. The front hangs out on Tuesday as an upper-level disturbance approaches. This will really bump up our rain chances for Tuesday night and Wednesday. Right now, it looks like this will just be rain with some scattered storms. If strong storms look more likely, we’ll let you know.
Looking ahead to Thanksgiving: All the rain should clear out by Thursday with cool weather remaining behind. Morning temperatures look to be in the low 50s with highs in the upper 60s.
In the Tropics: No active disturbances out there right now, with no activity expected for the next 48 hours. We’ll keep you posted if this changes.