Mother Nature turned up the temps again with Monday’s highs back around 70°. We’re back in another stretch of mild and quiet weather that should keep the door open to 70° highs this week.

Tonight will be quiet and mostly clear with mainly sunny skies into Tuesday. A cut-off storm in Texas will stay well south of the area. It will sling some high cloudiness our way, but it won’t tap into any cold air. This will keep the pattern very mild for November through Thursday.

A cold front sweeping through early Friday will bring our next chance for a few showers our way. The timeframe for any wet weather should stay confined to the early morning hours Friday with a bit of a cooldown to close out the week.

A larger storm system is forecast to impact the area late in the weekend into next week. Right now, Saturday looks dry and mild before rain chances increase Sunday evening into next Monday.

It looks like it may be a wet & cool start to Thanksgiving Week, but dry weather is expected Wednesday through Thanksgiving along with colder temperatures.

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