Heavy rain and some severe thunderstorms will make its way through the region throughout the day today. Most of our severe weather should be south of the Florida/Georgia line. Our coastal areas have the potential to see two inches of rain; some places may even receive more, with passing thunderstorms. A warm front will take its time pushing through the region today, and depending how much warming we get will play a role in our chances for some severe weather. Highs are expected to reach 74 degrees today and cool down to 48 tonight as rain begins to let up. We will still see some clouds and rain showers in the early morning and afternoon hours on Wednesday. By the afternoon, skies should clear to partly sunny, and cold air advection will begin. Much cooler air will sink into the region as high pressure begins to build. Thanksgiving looks mostly sunny but very chilly and below average. Highs will only reach 56 degrees on Thursday. Dry conditions stay with us through Saturday and our highs will slowly warm back into the low 60’s. By Saturday afternoon, our highs could be in the upper 60’s. Skies will turn partly cloudy on Sunday, and we will have a 20% chance for showers in the eastern counties. By Monday, highs will be back in the low 70’s with mostly cloudy skies and the chance for showers.
Have a great Tuesday! Stay dry and safe.