There may be a light shower or sprinkle out there today, but most of the day will be dry and mild. High temperatures will top out in the 50s.
Late tonight, some rain will grace our presence, and it could fall heavily at times. Lows will be in the 40s as that rain comes through, so icing is not a concern.
Monday morning's commute will feature rain, heavy at times, with mild temperatures. During the day that rain will taper to showers, but those temperatures will be spring-like in the 60s.
Tuesday will be a pretty nice day with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the 50s.
We then shift our attention to Wednesday. A coastal storm will develop, and it all depends on the track of that storm. Best case scenario? Partly cloudy skies with temperatures in the 30s and a couple of light flurries. Worst case scenario? Several inches of snow, mixing with sleet and rain, creating a slushy mess by Thanksgiving morning. You get the idea of the discrepancy in regards to computer model output.
Odds are, it'll be somewhere in between, but we'll keep an eye on the newest data as it all comes in.
I'll be tweeting the latest info and also putting it on my facebook page: