The cold front towards the west will meander and lift around a weak ridge of high pressure over north Florida. We will remain mild and very warm for this time of year by Thursday, when sunshine will be more present, with readings climbing into the upper 70s.
A stronger pacific cold front will track across the southern tier states, with a set-up for severe thunderstorms with damaging wind across the southern Plains. The good news is that we are expected to see the energy fizzle, when this front drifts across the southeast.
More average and cooler readings will return for a short time this weekend, before another mild air mass and storm approaches by next week.