Unsettled pattern starts today and will last through the weekend. For today, we are watching a cold front that will move into our area this evening and tonight. The low will move rather quickly towards the northeast, but the trailing front will lose some of it’s forward momentum and eventually stall out. There will be a low end severe threat mainly for our Alabama counties as this system comes through.
Thanksgiving will see some showers and a few storms early on as the slow moving front clears the News 3 viewing area with gradual clearing behind the front with temperatures in the low 70s.
The stalled out boundary will stay draped south of Columbus for Friday and Saturday which will provide a few showers across the region ahead of a stronger system that will move in Sunday.
For Sunday, we are Weather Aware for the potential for flash flooding and a low-end severe weather threat at this time. This system will usher in colder air for the start of next week.
Temperature wise we will be above average through the end of the week as this pattern remains active. Mid to low 70s for afternoon highs. Morning lows will be well above average as well. Over this weekend temperatures are more seasonable with the rain chances coming in.