With high pressure sitting over most of the region the next several days, we'll have a period of relative quiet. Florida appears to be the main exception. Things may get busy again early next week.
Having a slow moving weather pattern is a double-edged sword. When the weather gets nasty, it stays nasty for a while. When it gets nice, it stays nice for a while.
It will also warm up some across the southern Plains while it cools off in the Southeast as a slow-moving front inches southeastward.
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.
The convergence of multiple weather features over the southern Plains will result in a soaking rain; as cold air arrives parts of Texas and Oklahoma will see some ice and snow!
True arctic air coming into the South will give many places the chilliest stretch of the season so far. But, the weekend and early next week look mostly dry. Will that hold for Thanksgiving?