A strong storm system will bring heavy rain late tonight and a chance of gusty storms Monday afternoon.
At a Glance
Shifting climate baselines conceal warming that occurred in the past; our new "normals" differ strongly from normals decades ago.
Showers move in tonight, while some late-November warmth could fuel a few strong to severe storms tomorrow.
No weather problems for the remainder of the weekend, but lots of rain is on the way for Monday.
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It's pretty nice this weekend. Not as much thereafter.
Daytime temperatures are in the 50s both Saturday and Sunday.
The storm will plaster the zone from Tennessee and Kentucky to eastern Michigan with snow and wind, with heavy rain to the east.
The winds, clocked at above 80 mph, are overlapping with extremely dry conditions to create dangerous fire weather.
The next few days are pretty decent. Some stormier weather arrives Monday before a big cool-down.
Most locations across the region climbed to around 70 degrees, about 15 degrees above average.
Dry weather holds through the weekend.
A major storm could track from the Gulf Coast to the Ohio Valley early next week with heavy rain to its east and snow to the west.
A Santa Ana wind event is raising wildfire danger in California to "critical" levels, and may force millions to preemptively lose power.
We won't see much rain fall around here, and it's out of here early enough for most of tomorrow to be dry.
Decent outdoor weather as temperatures trend warmer today and continue above normal into the weekend.
Temperatures head closer to 60 tomorrow. That's just a small preview of Thanksgiving's warmth.
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As frozen water thaws, northern communities could face more deadly ice accidents.
All but the Northeast should be dry for most of Thanksgiving Day.
Colder start on Tuesday with some breezy wind chill at times, but not as windy as Monday.
Temperatures dip to the low 30s west and mid-30s east tonight. Even with lots of sun, it's only around 50 tomorrow.
Shades of green and violet flickered across the night sky.
The system’s winds increased by nearly 70 mph in just 12 hours.
Some clearing possible on Thanksgiving afternoon and milder weather.