A cold front passes tonight. Gusts may keep it feeling cool, but temperatures are a bit above normal.
Changes still appear afoot, although they may get pushed back toward the second half of the month.
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Temperatures trend milder today and tomorrow before a colder Friday and weekend.
This dreary weather persists at least until Wednesday morning. We may see some sun peek through during the afternoon.
The broad consensus seems to favor near to slightly below average snowfall for the region.
The best chance to stay dry comes Thursday.
It's seasonably chilly tonight as clouds increase. Periodic showers begin tomorrow.
Cold, stormy weather will persist in the West while parts of the mid-South see heavy rain and possible flooding. The East will be unsettled, too.
Showers are in the forecast between Tuesday and Friday.
Temperatures will drop below freezing tonight but will warm back up to around 50 degrees on Monday.
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It’s a tad chilly for this time of year through tomorrow, but still decently pleasant, especially during the afternoons.
Temperatures will quickly fall into the 20s and 30s overnight tonight.
Temperatures should spike into the 60s today after the rain. Warmth is fleeting with a cold front passing late.
It's a half warm and half not-so-warm weekend. At least rain should be out of here by lunchtime Saturday.
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It's pretty nice for early December today, briefly warmer tomorrow, then turning chillier again.
Temperatures dip into the 20s in most spots overnight. Mainly sunny tomorrow, with highs pretty close to normal for early December.
The month could resemble December 2010, which was notably colder than average
Winters are warmer, less snowy, shorter and feature more springlike thunderstorms.
The first day of meteorological winter feels more like midwinter.
The National Weather Service received reports of at least 35 tornadoes, which concentrated in northern Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. Several of these tornadoes were “large and extremely dangerous,” the Weather Service reported.
A cold front is booting todau's briefly warmer air. Wind chills will head for the low 20s early Thursday.