The weather looks enjoyable across the South for Thanksgiving, though later in the day and into the night it will turn stormy over parts of Oklahoma and Arkansas as a front arrives. The front will do less farther east, but it will push through the whole region eventually and much cooler air will be found behind it. Actually, for some the word "colder" is more appropriate. So much colder, in fact, that some snow will be seen in the Appalachians. It looks as though good return flow early next week will result in a warmup but at the same time another storm moves in, so I'm worried about severe storms through the first part of next week. After that it will get quieter and colder again for a while, and the weather pattern may become favorable for one last hurrah for this season from the tropics just as the season is ending.
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A heat wave spreads over the South this week and it gets sauna-like by the end of the week.
A stationary front has moved in to bring thunderstorms and relief from the heat, but the relief will be temporary.
The Southeast will get an influx of moisture this weekend from the tropics, then next week it gets rather hot all across the South.
More heat and fewer storms down south this week, then it's looking wet next weekend.
Heat eases a little in the Southeast this weekend as it stays relatively wet, but it gets hotter west of the Mississippi
Fairly typical summer weather continues, though it will be getting rather hot in the Plains again.
Muggy in the Southeast with spotty storms the next few days, hot and mainly dry in Texas