We topped out around 48 degrees Saturday and saw a good deal of sunshine, especially during the first part of the day.

Sunday will be dry (most of the day) and even milder than Saturday with highs in the low/mid 50s. Rain showers will then overspread the region by Sunday afternoon/evening from south to north.

Showers are expected to taper off by Monday morning. On Monday, we will be in the true “warm-sector” of this storm system and highs will soar into the 70s (perhaps mid 70s for some spots). A cold front will then pass through and shift our winds out of the west by Monday night and colder air will begin to be ushered in.

If you plan on traveling this year for Thanksgiving, a coastal storm may cause a traveling headache. Click here for details.

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