TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers late. Lows in the mid-40s.
TOMORROW: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers early. Highs around 50.
EXTENDED: Overnight, I'm tracking scattered showers that will continue into Thanksgiving Day. Overnight lows dip into the mid-40s thanks to cloud cover, but rain looks to exit east a little earlier than in previous forecasts. Clouds stick around, keeping temperatures in the lower 50s. Clouds clear out gradually Thursday night into Friday, bringing temperatures to about 50 with sunshine on Friday afternoon. Another stronger area of low pressure moves in from the southwest on Saturday, bringing widespread rain to much of our area. Showers keep us in the upper 40s, with about a half inch of rain likely. Higher amounts between 0.5" and 1" are possible for areas near the Lake, I-44, and points south through Saturday night. Sunday is looking dry with highs in the upper 40s and partly cloudy skies. Next week starts off mild on Monday as we remain in the lower 50s, but I am tracking another storm system that will bring a cold front through on Tuesday night, and that could end up bringing another round of rain and thunderstorms. The best potential for anything strong lies to our south for now, but we'll keep an eye on it. Once that front passes, we'll drop temperatures back into the 40s for highs through the end of the week.