The last of the morning clouds are starting to push to the southeast and away from our viewing area. This will make way for a deep-layer ridge of high pressure to build over the Southeastern United States for a couple of days. Underneath this ridge, we'll see dry conditions with comfortably cool mornings and unseasonably warm afternoons. In fact, the record high of 82 degrees on Tuesday is in jeopardy. The models still forecast an upper air impulse and a cold front to approach us from the west on Thanksgiving Day. Rain will be likely and there could even be thunderstorms. We should see clearing and cooling on Friday, but some of the models are hinting at a big storm late next weekend with the threat of heavy showers and thunderstorms. There is not complete agreement on this scenario, though. More details can be found in the video blog on the right of this screen!
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