Clouds keep temperatures in the lower 40s tonight as rain develops over the region. The rain is ahead of a strong cold front that will take temperatures crashing down into the 30s as we start the work week Monday.
Expect rain when you get up Sunday morning. It will last through the afternoon then diminish into the early evening. Rainfall upwards of .50" is likely with a few areas getting a little more.
A blast of cold air moves in right after the rain exits. Highs for Monday will only make it into the upper 30s! That's a big drop from the 50s we saw Friday and Saturday.
This cold snap will be brief. Temperatures moderate back into the 40s Tuesday and near 50 for Thanksgiving Eve. Right now we could see a few showers on Thanksgiving Day with highs in the upper 40s. Near seasonal. We'll get another drop into the lower 40s for Black Friday!
Rain develops after midnight