A region with more than 40 million people faces an elevated risk of severe thunderstorms, with central Mississippi most in danger.
Temperatures spike near and above 60 despite the rain. It won't last long, though, as a cold front arrives in the afternoon.
This weather pattern shown by forecast models is known to increase the odds of wintry weather in the Eastern U.S. and Mid-Atlantic
No one knows when it will stop, or what, if any, damage it might cause.
Much colder Thursday, but then warmer into the weekend with shower chances on Saturday.
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Clouds clear out tonight. They may return tomorrow.
Dangerous storms with potential for tornadoes are forecast to erupt Tuesday in Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee.
Most days see highs in the 50s except for some 40s Thursday and Friday.
Monday will feel like a classic late-autumn day.
We should be seasonable and dry tomorrow and Tuesday with more rain likely by Wednesday.
The long holiday weekend will end on a wet note.
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Today's about as good as it gets in late November. Tomorrow might be a good day for indoor plans.
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We've got lots of sunshine and mild temperatures Saturday. Sunday's a different story.
Heavy snow is falling in Texas, with a slug of moderate rainfall across the South.
Today's raindrops shouldn't mess plans up too much. Tomorrow's looking great.
High temperatures are in the 50s through early next week, which is pretty close to normal.
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It's a seasonably chilly night and mild again Thursday.
A pair of storm systems may drench parts of the southern and eastern U.S., with snow possible in Texas.
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We could see showers on Friday and periods or rain late Saturday into Sunday, but forecast confidence is fairly low after tomorrow.
It's another night of slightly milder conditions. Temperatures may reach 60 tomorrow.