Mostly cloudy with just a few breaks of sunshine was the story for today. Tonight the cold front that has been pushing through the area throughout the afternoon will begin to clear out and cooler air will begin to filter in behind the front from the North. Tonight will be much cooler than last with a low of 46.
A very strong high pressure system moving east from the Great Plains will create some breezy conditions tomorrow with winds gusting up to 25 mph at times. A strong feed of cold air will keep high temperatures struggling to reach the 60 degree mark, but don't worry...there will be tons of sun.
Sunday night is looking like the coldest night over the next few days with low temperatures falling down into the 30s, but feeling more like the upper 20s once you factor in the wind chill.
Storms roll through the area on Tuesday due to a developing surface low in the Gulf of Mexico. This could bring some isolated areas up to 2 inches of rain. Storms clear out by Wednesday evening and the gorgeous weather returns just in time for Turkey Day!