BLACK FRIDAY: Showers taper off through the morning with the sun popping out later today, but more showers and storms will move into the region later this evening as we head into tonight. Showers and storms will linger into the early morning hours for Saturday.
WEEKEND: Saturday will be mostly dry except for a few showers and storm early on as the stalled out boundary will remain across the southeast ahead of a stronger storm system coming from Texas for Sunday. Speaking of Sunday, we are Weather Aware as this system will bring heavy rainfall to the region bring potential for a flash flooding threat and a low end severe weather threat. The severe weather threat will depend on the location of the low and the boundary.
NEXT WEEK: Cold and windy conditions will start after Sunday’s system moves out, so get ready for that cold Canadian air as we kick off the month of December. Temperatures will dip below freezing in areas for Tuesday and Wednesday with afternoon highs only climbing into the mid to upper 50s by the end of the week as another system moves in.