That colder weather that usually comes in November apparently will be here by the weekend.
National Storm Center Chief Meteorologist Rocco Calaci is calling for temperatures about 20 degrees cooler than what we've seen this week, sweeping in after a front that will bring rain with it.
There is a slight chance of rain Friday night, with temperatures starting to dip into the 50s overnight.
But by Saturday the rain will have moved out and cooler temperatures will blow in with highs in the mid-60s and lows in the 40s through Monday.
Sunday should be clear and cold.
The extended forecast shows a gradual warming midweek with highs in the 70s for Thanksgiving.