After more than a week, temperatures will surge above normal to kick off the weekend with highs into the mid to high 50s; some spots may even sneak into the low 60s! Despite the sunshine, we will see some clouds capable of light showers.
As Sunday arrives, a storm moving in from the southwest will bring thicker clouds, gusty winds near 40 miles per hour and heavy rain. Ahead of this storm, a warm front will push temperatures one last time into the mid to high 50s and low 60s...and then a cold front brings them crashing down later in the day.
The passing of this front will produce enough instability to trigger a thunderstorm tomorrow night.
Behind the late weekend storm, temperatures will begin to slowly fall back as colder air returns, and just in time for Thanksgiving, arctic air makes a return too. Computer models are showing light snow into Kentucky on Wednesday.
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