Some scattered rain mixed with some local sleet/snow are possible this morning with temperatures 33-39. Dry, mostly cloudy to cloudy day should follow with southeast to south-southeast winds & eventual highs of 43-52 northeast to southwest & around 50 at Greater Lafayette.
Widespread rainfall with an isolated t'storm possible will occur Tuesday evening-night. Heaviest rainfall looks to occur 1 a.m. to 6 a.m.
Temperatures will run 43-51 with south-southeast winds.
Some sun may appear Wednesday & multiple spokes of showers & storms should pop as the low pivots over the area. Highs of 56-62 are likely.
An isolated severe storm is possible over the southwestern half of the viewing area.
Winds will be strong from the south-southeast, then south to southwest.
A total of 1-2" of rainfall is likely by Wednesday night.
Thanksgiving looks rather gray with considerable stratus/stratocumulus clouds leading to mostly cloudy skies, west winds & highs 48-55 (54 Greater Lafayette).
Friday looks partly cloudy with 48-56 (55 Greater Lafayette) followed by partly cloudy skies & 46-53 Saturday.
It appears that the Sunday-Monday system is showing a tendency to track more & more south of our area. We may still get a few or some showers, but the bulk of the rain should fall across the Southeast U.S. The risk of severe weather will be there from Louisiana to the Carolinas & Virginia. Some tornadoes are likely with one or two being strong/longer track.
We look colder Monday-Tuesday of next week with highs 35-41 (39 Greater Lafayette) & lows in the 20s (Near 24 Greater Lafayette). A few snow & rain/snow spits or light showers are possible Monday. Monday's high will likely occur around midnight near 47 & much of the day will be the 30s to around 40.
Winds will be brisk from the northwest.
We should be back to the 40s to 50 by Wednesday or Thursday of next week with partly cloudy skies.