Warm days and chilly nights will continue around Atlanta and northern Georgia through Black Friday, before cooler air arrives this weekend.
A zone of high pressure extends from the northern Gulf Coast to New England and Atlantic Canada through the end of the week.
However, a cold front will sweep through the area Friday night with only a stray shower.
The front will slash temperatures by nearly 20 degrees or so Saturday. Temperatures will trend upward Sunday into Monday.
Local travel weather will remain about as good as it gets for the middle of November through the weekend, despite fluctuating temperatures.
For those heading to the beaches this weekend, a storm at sea can continue to bring locally rough surf and strong rip currents through Friday from North Carolina to the Florida Atlantic coast. Gulf waters will be tranquil.
The chance of rain will increase Monday night as a storm reaches the Mississippi Valley.
The most likely time for showers and perhaps thunderstorms, as well as travel delays in the Atlanta area, would be Tuesday into Tuesday evening. Parts of the South could experience severe thunderstorms from the system.
The storm, currently over the northern Pacific Ocean is forecast to move southeastward over the Rockies this weekend.
In terms of potential travel delays, and current forecast speed, the same storm could spread a dose of rain to the swath from Washington, D.C. to New York City and Boston Tuesday into Wednesday. A swath of snow on the northwestern flank of the storm is possible.
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