Showers moving out of the state with temperatures close to the 40 degree mark. A mix of sun and clouds, but should be dry across the state through Monday evening.
Tuesday - 11/19
A quick moving disturbance emanating from the Rockies will move across [generally] the northern portions of the state late Monday night into early Tuesday morning. There is some concern for freezing drizzle and/or a period of light snow. Little to no accumulations of either is expected, but may cause some travel headaches for those late night people out on the roads. The remainder of the state should remain dry with highs once again in the mid 40's.
A multi-faceted storm system is expected to move into the region by Wednesday evening. The remnants from Tropical Cyclone Raymond will bring additional moisture to the region and set the stage for a fast-moving, but efficient rainfall. Highs will be in the 50's north and the 60's south. It will feel decent out there! Some locations across the state could be 40 to 50 degrees warmer than this time last week.
Thursday - 11/21
Multiple waves of showers will move through the state producing rainfall accumulations over an inch or more. Temperatures will start off warm over the the majority of the state, but then tumble throughout the day as a cold front moves through. There is a chance for some thunderstorm activity to accompany the heavier precipitation, especially across the central and southern portions of the state.
Friday - 11/22
Cold front has moved through the northern and central portions of the state, but continued heavier precipitation across the south as the frontal boundary slowly moves out of the area. We should totally clear out by late afternoon with much cooler and drier conditions taking over.
Saturday - 11/23
Mainly dry and cool across the state. Highs in the lower 40's. No real chance of precipitation over the weekend.