After a chilly start it's a comfortable afternoon with plenty of blue skies and sunshine. Although it's not as warm as last week temperatures will still be averaging about 5 to 10 degrees above normal as readings reach near 60. (Average high is about 50-52. Equal to early April or late March)
Meanwhile, an area of low pressure off the Carolina coast will slide north causing clouds to increase overnight. The moisture shield will slowly advance in our direction during the day tomorrow. High pressure will likely keep us dry through the morning but showers will develop in the afternoon followed by steady rain tomorrow night into Wednesday morning. Some of the rain could be moderate to perhaps heavy at times.
Showers and clouds may now linger into Wednesday afternoon as well. So as of now it's looking damp for Veterans Day Parades and Ceremonies. We need the rain and it's looking as though we may pick up .5 -1" by the time it's all said and done. This system will move out for Thursday however a fast moving cold front may bring us a few more showers late in the day on Thursday as well. Most of the week is looking seasonable with temperatures mainly in the 50s.