Brief Thanksgiving Warm-up – Then a Colder Weekend – WEDNESDAY Video

Rich Thomas
Happy Thanksgiving EVE! Our weather has been amazingly storm-free for quite awhile, but it has been Much Cooler than normal. There’s lots of ups and downs ahead, through the holiday weekend and beyond.  But, the best news…No major storm systems on the way.  Just a few showers Thursday night.  Freeze Warning this morning.  But, on this video, I’ll detail a pretty nice Thanksgiving Day warm-up.  I have the updated rain chances for Thursday night.  Then, get ready for yet another sharp cool-down for Black Friday and the Iron Bowl Weekend. 
Freeze warning this morning. TOO cool again today, but not awful. Today’s high 64. Normal High 67. Great travel weather…not just for us, but for much of the f the country.

Thanksgiving should be a nice day. Temperatures will rebound to near 70. Dry during the day. NICE. Showers hold off until sometime Thursday night as a cold front moves through the state. Nothing heavy. Nothing Severe.
After a comfortable Thanksgiving. Expect showers Thursday night. Breezy and quite chilly on Black Friday. Iron Bowl Saturday will be sunny, but well below normal. Too cool Sunday and Monday, but storm-free. Great Travel Weather.
Great Football Weather in Auburn Saturday for the Iron Bowl.
Lots of temperature Ups and Downs over the next 10 days, but I simply to not see any major storm systems.
December outlook from CPC. Warmer and drier than normal across the south.
Have a HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

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