(WAFF) - This Wednesday morning will start out about 10° warmer than Tuesday, which means everybody is above freezing! Many of you stayed in the 40s overnight.
You'll see a mix of sun and clouds through the day, similar to yesterday. The trend of progressively warmer weather will continues as highs this afternoon will top out in the mid-60s. Winds will be a little stronger, out of the southeast around 10 mph. Wednesday evening should be milder than this morning with lows in the mid 40s.
You're in store for a pleasant Thanksgiving across the Valley. It could be breezy at times with winds upwards of 15 mph but skies should be mostly sunny, and highs will be 5-10° above average in the upper 60s.
Dry weather continues into Friday as a dynamic storm system takes shape to our west. Beginning Thanksgiving Day and continuing on Friday, heavier rain can be expected from central Texas northeast towards the Great Lakes. A mix of snow and ice could develop across the northern and central Plains as the cold air moves in from Canada. Nothing quite that chilly in store for the Valley just yet.