The chill of the past several mornings is gone as the large Arctic high shifts to the east coast. Our next shot of cold air isn’t coming until late next week so this Thanksgiving weekend will be a warm one. A strong storm is pounding California with needed rains and snow at the higher elevations. As this system slowly moves across the Rockies, it’ll produce widespread rain & snow into the plains by Saturday and Sunday causing major travel delays. Moisture from Tropical Storm Susan will flow into the system creating the potential for more heavy rains in Texas & Oklahoma. That front won’t get close enough until late Sunday for better rain chances here. In fact, the front could stall for several days over east Texas producing widespread flooding. Farther back into the cold air, there will be a band of heavy snow and ice that could shut down roadways between Denver & Kansas City. Stay tuned as a stormy period is beginning to start for California into the Gulf South.