Temps and humidity rise ahead of front; showers, storms possible

Temperatures and humidity levels have risen in advance of a front that approaches our area.

The colder air won't be able to push in until we reach the end of the Thanksgiving weekend, but as the front gets closer we'll have to dodge showers and storms. Some of the storms could be severe, but the odds for that aren't overwhelming but we'll be watching the radar during the day. Make sure you can monitor where showers are if you're travelling today and that you have a way to get warnings if they are issued.

The severe risk zone is a Level 1 out of 5 "Marginal" threat. As far as coverage of rain we'll see that at 30-50% today through Saturday with higher chances of rain showing up on Sunday as a lot of you head home. We go drier and colder for next week with highs dropping to the mid 50s and morning temps flirting with freezing by Tuesday.

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