We've seen November twisters before, but the tornadoes last week were huge, fast-moving, late in the day and unusually far west.
An Altocumulus Ohio Sunset by "A.K.Entingh" on November 25, 2015. Upload to http://photo.accuweather.com to qualify!
It will also warm up some across the southern Plains while it cools off in the Southeast as a slow-moving front inches southeastward.
Snow is in the forecast for the Broncos versus Patriots matchup this evening!
Sunrise over the Connecticut River in Higganum, Connecticut by "Eweather13" on November 28, 2015. Upload to http://photo.accuweather.com to qualify!
Widespread above-normal temperatures will likely dominate into the first half of December.
Here are a few futuristic weather-related gadget deals I've seen this week in Black Friday deals.
On this map from 10 a.m. ET Thanksgiving Day, you can see the high pressure area that is causing dry and mild weather in the East and the cold front farther west.
It's going to be a stormy period across the country, but the models seem to differ on the outcome.
During the late afternoon and early evening hours, the cold front of a knife will slice through the turkey and cause it to accumulate 1-2 inches on plates...
Thanksgiving through the weekend look wet, cold and generally nasty for many places west of the Mississippi; a surge of tropical moisture from Sandra will likely lead to some flooding.