TUESDAY: We could see some light rain throughout the day, but will be light and short-lived until this afternoon. Highs will reach into the low 60s again despite the persistent cloud cover.
TONIGHT: Storms will develop late this afternoon and move in around 4-6. These have a chance to be strong to even severe. For a full breakdown check out the Insider Blog. These look to exit the area by 10 PM. In the wake of these storms, we'll be left with windy conditions, with gusts reaching 45 mph in many spots as lows drop back into the upper 30s.
EXTENDED: We don't warm up much on Wednesday, with highs in the 40s, but we'll stay dry. Another disturbance is moving in for Thanksgiving, and could initially start out as a wintry mix, but will transition to just a cold rain toward midday. We're not expecting the roads to be impacted at this point, but continuing to track closely with folks traveling. Rain sticks around into Friday, before trying to dry out Saturday afternoon. After a cold Thanksgiving, temperatures bounce back into the 50s Friday and Saturday before falling back into the 40s Sunday