While daytime highs will once again reach above normal levels in the mid to high 50s, and low 60s again, this is due to warm, moist air moving northward from the Gulf of Mexico.
This storm will bring heavy rain later around 2:00-3:00 this afternoon with gusts of wind around 40 miles per hour. It doesn't look like the storm will produce severe weather but there is a chance for a thunderstorm or two.
Behind the storm, a cold front will keep the winds breezy into Monday with much colder air taking temperatures back into the 40s on Monday and into the 30s beyond that.
Computer models are showing snowfall on Thanksgiving too. Nothing major as of yet, but flakes are very possible for turkey time this year.
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