OUTLOOK: After a cold start Wednesday, we warmed up nicely by afternoon. It will be chilly again tonight with lows in the 40s with some isolated upper 30s well inland but most areas will be in the 40s. The forecast for Thursday calls for more sunshine and highs in the 60s. Another weak upper level disturbance will rapidly move toward the area late Thursday into Friday, bringing an increase in high clouds. Besides that, you won't notice it. Lows in the 40s and highs in the 60s will be the same old song and dance through this weekend, with readings near 70 possible this weekend into early next week.
RAIN OUTLOOK: The atmosphere is so dry, that any disturbances or fronts that move through the area in the next week will be hard pressed to wring out any rain. I have included a slim chance with a cold front next Wednesday, but that is probably being generous.
THANKSGIVING DAY PREVIEW: The aforementioned front will clear the area by then, so sunny skies and temps in the 60s are expected for Thanksgiving Day at this point.
Chief Meteorologist Derek Beasley