We couldn't help but notice yesterday that it isn't normal to be eating brunch outside on the Sunday after Thanksgiving. Yesterday was the third straight Sunday with highs in the 60s and today is the fourth consecutive day with temperatures in the 60s. All that 60-degree weather is making this one of the warmest Novembers on record. A southwest breeze will ensure that today stays warm with a high easily reaching the mid 60s if not the record of 69 set in 1990.
A storm brewing over Tennessee will bring more seasonal weather temperatures later in the week as it moves up through the Ohio Valley and into New England. Before that cooler air arrives we should see plenty of rain. Showers are likely to start tomorrow afternoon and a steady rain, possibly with a thunderstorm embedded within, will be the rule Tuesday evening. Tomorrow's high should again reach the mid 60s.
The rain will taper off into showers early Wednesday morning before the skies begin to clear later in the day. Wednesday's high should be in the lower 50s. That's going to happen early in the morning. The temperature looks like it will fall through the 40s during the day as cooler air follows the front. The rest of the week should be sunny with highs in the lower 50s and lows in the upper 30s. Once again the city won't go below freezing until sometime in December.