Thanksgiving looking a little soggy

Thanks to surface high pressure, today has been absolutely gorgeous. Tonight will continue that sentiment, with mostly clear skies and lows in the mid 50s. As this feature moves off to the east this evening however, onshore flow will return to the Crossroads, bringing in more moisture. This will also lead to warming temperatures. Monday will be mostly sunny with temperatures rising into the upper 70s across the region. Tuesday will be the same with temperatures rising into the 80s for highs.

Tuesday night will have isolated shower chances because of increased moisture in the area. Into Wednesday morning, a cold front will move through the area. This will drop us into the low 70s for a high on Wednesday and that night will dip into the upper 50s, so not much of a cool down. There will also be scattered showers possible throughout the day as the cold front moves through. If the timing of the cold front changes, this could change our rain chances and temperatures for that day, so it is a fluid situation. But we are pretty sure that it will come through the Crossroads in the morning/early afternoon hours.

A warming trend will return into next weekend, with temperatures rising into the low 80s by Friday. Moisture will stick around the region, making for cloudy days and rain chances throughout the rest of the week. Another stronger cold front will move through Saturday evening and sweep out the clouds, making Sunday cool and sunny.