First Warning Forecast
We're tracking some showers and (possibly) thunderstorms for Thanksgiving morning. But most of the holiday will be dry and mild. In fact, by the afternoon we expect sunshine to break out. That will help send our high temperatures soaring into the 70s.
It won't be quite as warm Friday or this weekend. But we are expecting highs to run a few degrees warmer than normal. Plus, the weekend should be dry.
Rain returns on Monday as a powerful cold front sweeps through the region.
Behind that cold front, we're expecting a cold snap, with high temperatures falling into the upper 40s and lower 50s.