Bring the umbrella if you're headed out this morning. Rain could linger into the early afternoon for some towns followed by clearing skies.
"Easterly winds of 15 to 25 miles per hour along with higher gusts can be expected across the San Diego Mountains", according to the threat index.
THANKSGIVING: Sunny, with a high near 43.
More record heat is likely through much of the weekend according to Chief Meteorologist Matt Brode with daytime highs running 15-20 degrees above average.
Tonight will see temperatures dropping into the lower 40s across the Pee Dee and the middle 40s at the beach as chillier weather settles in from the north.
For Tuesday, another cold front will move through the Big Country through the afternoon. There's plenty of sunshine to start, and it's a cold one too.
Julia Hahn of Hermosa Beach California builds a Thanksgiving turkey in the sand on November 22 at Venice Beach in Los Angeles California
The highest temperature ever recorded on Thanksgiving in downtown Los Angeles was 90 degrees on November 26, 1903. Saturday night we will be clear and in the low/ mid-40s. Currently, we are posting a high in the upper 60s for Monday and then it's back to the low 70s for Tuesday.
Thanksgiving: GRAVY, TURKEY, POTATOES, OH MY!
Shoppers will be chilly early in the morning with temperatures near 30°.
More sunshine for Friday and a little bit warmer.
Late November temperatures in the southwestern United States are at their highest in decades. There are plenty of clouds around this morning from both of these systems and a stray rain or snow showers can not be ruled out. High near 52. Low around 35.