Thursday, November 29, 2018

Mild Monday followed by cooldown, possible winter weather next weekend 

Monday will once again be mild, but temperatures will drop back below normal before possible winter weather hits the Carolinas next weekend. Lows tonight will be in the 40s to near 50 with a steady breeze and a partly cloudy sky. Expect highs to reach the lower 60s in the mountains and upper 60s in the Upstate with a mix of clouds and sun. Tuesday high temperatures will only reach the upper 40s in the mountains and lower 50s in the Upstate. Tuesday night will bring a few snow showers to the western North Carolina mountains, which could result in some light accumulations early Wednesday morning. That will set the stage for our coldest day of the week Wednesday with highs in the 40s area-wide. Thursday and Friday will be slightly warmer but still below average with highs in the 50s. Next weekend is when it gets interesting. A potent system from the southwest will bring in moisture and join forces with cold high pressure from the north next Saturday and Sunday that could bring a combination of rain, snow and sleet to the area. It will likely start as rain in the Upstate, and a mix of rainsnowsleet in the mountains Saturday evening.  Then, as temperatures cool down to the 20s and 30s Saturday night, a rainsnowsleet mix becomes possible in the Upstate especially along and north of I-85. The mountains would be cold enough to support all snow Saturday night with some multi-inch accumulations, and depending on how cold the Upstate gets, some accumulations are possible too. The precipitation will linger into Sunday morning and then move out Sunday evening. **Please note that this forecast is still almost a week away from the event, and that there's always the chance that this forecast could change, so be sure to stay up to date with the latest weather updates this week** 2018 FOX Carolina Meredith Corporation. .

Weather This Week: Cooler, with rain chances returning late week 

SAN ANTONIO - After some gorgeous weather this weekend, we'll see some changes in the weather as we begin the new work- and school week.  The first half of the week will be cooler, but rain-free. However, rain chances come back in a big way by Thursday and Friday.  Here's what to expect:  A cold front early on Monday will set us up for a cooler afternoon, with temperatures in the 60s. There will still be plenty of sunshine!  Tuesday and Wednesday will be even cooler, with afternoon temperatures only reaching the 50s.  Keep in mind that Tuesday and Wednesday mornings will be cold, with out-the-door temperatures in the 30s and 40s. Cloud cover will increase during the day Wednesday.  It will be humid and cloudy by Thursday.  Showers will also develop on Thursday. Most rain will be light.  Coverage of rain will steadily increase Thursday night through Friday morning.  By Friday afternoon, rain will be likely across South and Central Texas. This rain could be heavy at times.  Rain will continue Friday night but will end early Saturday. While there is no concern for severe weather at this time, some thunderstorms will be possible on Friday and Friday night. Localized flooding issues may also develop as a result of the heavy rainfall.  Your Weather ity meteorologists will keep you updated on the heavy rain potential this week. Catch their forecasts live on KSAT 12, and remember that you can check the forecast any time on KSATm or on the KSAT Weather app.  WATCH: The latest forecast  2018 by KSAT - .


Houston Weather: A few days of cool weather 

HOUSTON, Texas KTRK -- Another cold front has passed. We'll have cool nights and chilly days through Tuesday. The coolest night will be Monday night when temps fall to around 40.Late this week, a powerful storm system will bring the chance for heavy rain and severe weather, especially on Friday. Most of the rain will be gone by next weekend. Check the weather in your neighborhood with the free AccuWeather app for iPhone and Android today! SHARE YOUR WEATHER PHOTOS: Send us pics and video of weather in your area to newsabc13m and at #ABC13Eyewitness on social media. 2018 KTRK-TV. .


More sun Monday, cooler weather ahead 

Columbia, SC WLTX — Sunday was rainy and warm. High temperatures were in the lower 70s under cloudy skies. The clouds will move out by Monday. The first day of the workweek will be mostly sunny and mild. Highs will be in the upper 60s and lower 70s. It will be cooler Tuesday as high pressure builds into the area. High temperatures will drop into the upper 50s Tuesday afternoon. Wednesday and Thursday will be sunny and chilly. High temperatures will be in the lower 50s. Low temperatures may fall into the upper 20s and lower 30s Thursday morning. Mostly sunny skies are expected Friday, but clouds will be increasing later in the day as a cold front approaches the area. Cold-air damming is expected to develop by Saturday. It will be chilly and rain is likely. Long-range forecast models indicate the chance for wintry weather across parts of the South. The odds of a winter storm impacting parts of the South have been increasing over the last few days, but a lot can change this far out. It is too early to tell if the Midlands will see any wintry weather, but this is something to monitor this week. 2018 WLTX


Northeast Ohioans react to changing weather Sunday 

Please enable Javascript to watch this video CLEVELAND — There was a severe weather threat on Sunday and many people across the northeast Ohio area experienced high wind gusts and rain, all of this following a warm, sunny afternoon. "It's terrible, I can't stand it. I wish this weather would just level out,” one Clevelander said. There were several reports of small hail and high wind gusts.  Power lines also came down. More than 2,000  FirstEnergy customers spent time in the dark. This was a stark contrast from just hours before when the sun was shining and coats were off, Sunday afternoon. “I'm glad I was able to get out here on December 2nd and get some work done because I’m sure by next week nothing will get done and I'll be locked in the house,” said one man who was raking his leaves in his Cleveland yard. Many people will tell you, they'll take what they can get this time of year. “We're just taking advantage and enjoying it,” said Trey Wallace, who brought his family to Lakewood Park. More weather stories, here.

Severe weather threat moves into Southeast 

A major storm in the central U.S. is bringing severe weather, flash flooding and heavy snow to the eastern half of the nation. This same major storm was responsible for setting off a tornado outbreak in Illinois on Saturday evening. There were 22 reported tornadoes on Saturday, all in central Illinois, near Springfield. On the colder side of the storm, heavy snow continues to fall in parts of the upper Plains and Midwest. Mullen, Nebraska, has received 14 inches of snow; Norris, South Dakota has 8.5 inches; and Hudson, Wisconsin has seen 5.6 inches. On the warmer side of the storm, parts of the south have seen over half a foot of rain, including 9.71 inches in Pace, Florida, and 6.57 inches in Lillian, Alabama. Storms stretch along the entire eastern U.S. on Sunday morning. The storm is slowly moving through the central U.S. and will gradually slide east on Sunday. Severe weather and flash flooding remain likely in the Southeast, while heavy snow will be slow to move east across parts of the Midwest. Meanwhile, an icy mix is possible ahead of the storm in parts of the Northeast on Sunday morning. The threat of tornadoes and flash flooding exists for the Florida Panhandle and southern Alabama and Georgia on Sunday. A new tornado watch was issued for parts of southern Georgia and Alabama until 11 a.m. Sunday morning. Additionally, a flash flood watch has been issued for parts of this region, as well as a large part of the Florida Panhandle, due to heavy rainfall rates up to 2 to 3 inches per hour. This could cause flash flooding this morning and some flash flood warnings have already been issued Sunday morning in parts of this region. The radar Sunday morning is showing numerous thunderstorms moving into the region, with some of the storms showing some weak rotation. This line of storms will slowly slide eastward and extend into the rest of the Southeast from Georgia to North Carolina. A slight risk for severe weather exists in the Southeast with damaging winds and brief tornadoes possible. Rain is falling from Philadelphia to Boston on Sunday morning, while inland New York and New England are seeing snow, sleet and freezing rain. Meanwhile, heavy rain has moved into the major I-95 cities in the Northeast. Away from the coast, temperatures are near freezing, especially in some of the higher elevations of New York, Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire. As a result, a mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow will fall at times through the early morning hours. This could create slick conditions in parts of the interior Northeast. The wintry weather threat will end during the day on Sunday as temperatures begin to warm up. On the back side of this storm, colder air is supporting snowfall through the remainder of Sunday from Nebraska to Michigan. However, the bulk of the snow has ended, with the heaviest accumulations to come expected in parts of Wisconsin and Michigan. A few more inches of snow are possible across the Plains and in the Great Lakes on Sunday. The bulk of this storm will wind down by Sunday night. However, a glimpse ahead does show another strong storm headed for the West Coast by midweek, which likely will become another major storm to track for parts of the central and eastern U.S. in the upcoming week.

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