Showers and storms through Sunday morning; Turning colder for the start of the week

Posted at 6:00 PM, Nov 28, 2020

Another round of scattered showers and storms can be expected on Sunday morning before we start to dry things out by the afternoon.

Scattered showers will continue through the evening and overnight hours with some thunderstorms developing by Sunday morning as a surface low pressure system approaches from the Gulf.

A couple of storms that roll on through Sunday morning could be on the stronger side.

In fact, we are once again hatched in for a marginal risk to see severe weather.

Primary concern would be gusty winds at times.

We are also looking to pick up an additional 1-2" of rainfall through Sunday morning with some localized higher amounts possible.

This is on top of the rainfall amounts we have already received on Friday and Saturday, so some localized minor could be a concern for some spots.

Thankfully, we have been in a relatively drier pattern the past two weeks, so the ground has been able to absorb most of the rain that has fallen these last few days.

There are currently no FLASH FLOOD WATCHES in effect.

The surface feature (and the upper-level disturbance responsible) will finally start to push out of the region by Sunday afternoon.

We will start to dry out and turn cooler although we'll still be dealing with lingering cloud cover.

Winds will be picking up out of the north as well throughout Sunday afternoon at around 12-18 mph.

Clouds will start to clear Sunday night into Monday which will allow temperatures to fall quickly into the lower 40s by Monday morning.

Mostly sunny skies will return for the start of the week as highs only top out in the mid-50s with wind chills staying in the 40s!

We will likely see our first freeze of the season come Monday night into Tuesday morning as low temperatures drop into the low to mid-30s.

Next chance of showers and storms will come with a fast moving system late Wednesday into Thursday.

That will help to dry us out in time for next weekend with highs mainly in the 50s.

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