Tonight: Expect a mostly cloudy sky and temperatures not as cold. Lows will be in the upper 30s to lower 40s.

An upper-level wave/disturbance will move across the Deep South on Tuesday. This will make it mostly cloudy with a slight chance for some showers. However, many of you will remain dry. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 50s. Any rain will end on Tuesday night with lows in the 40s.

An area of high pressure will build back over Alabama on Wednesday. We will be mostly sunny and warmer with high temperatures back in the 60s. If you are traveling Wednesday, it looks like most major southern cities will be decent travel days. A few showers in Dallas are possible, but this shouldn’t create to many travel issues or flight delays.

Thanksgiving Day: The last few model runs have been more consistently bringing the rain in later Thursday night. At this time, I think the day time hours Thursday will be relatively rain-free. Good travel, cooking, eating, and playing outside weather. Most places will top out in the 60s, with a few warmer spots possibly seeing 70 degrees Thursday afternoon.

Black Friday will start out with some rain, but it could taper off later in the day as the cold front pushes across the Southeast U.S. However, the forecast models are still not in agreement with how much rain we could receive or how long it will last. It will be cooler with highs in the 50s. Take your umbrella and jacket with you if you are headed to the malls!

Weekend Outlook: right now, it looks like we will dry out for the weekend as an area of high pressure builds across the Deep South. Saturday and Sunday will be partly cloudy. Highs on Saturday will be in the 50s, but we will warm up into the 60s on Sunday.

Iron Bowl Outlook: Prepare for some rain for the Iron Bowl. I doubt it will be a washout, but there is a good chance there will be some showers and maybe a storm at some point during the football game. Temperatures will start in the low 60s and the game will end with temps in the upper 50s.

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