After a partly sunny and warm couple of days, a cold front will send temperatures noticeably lower.
According to Bay News 9 Meteorologist Juli Marquez, temperatures will be in the 80s Friday and Saturday with low rain chances. By Sunday, conditions will turn windy and much cooler with temperatures struggling to reach 70 degrees.
"We will be close to record high temperatures today," Marquez said. "Things will change by Sunday. High temperatures will be below-normal Sunday and Monday."
There is a slight chance of isolated showers today. After a warm Saturday, the cold front moves through Saturday night with little rain expected.
Strong northerly winds behind the front will make for a cool day on Sunday. By next week, scattered showers and thunderstorms return Tuesday into Wednesday. Clearing skies and cooler temperatures are on tap by Thanksgiving Day.
Be careful if you're heading south or north, though.
In Miami, heavy storms are rolling across Miami-Dade County Friday.
More than a dozen crashes and some flooding were reported during the morning commute, the Miami Herald reported.
"Not a pretty picture," CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez said on Twitter.
Rain chance there is 50 percent for the rest of the day, according to the National Weather Service. Wind could gust as high as 24 mph.
For those hitting the roads or airways early next week, areas of rain and mountain snow will end over the Four Corners region, but rain will take a path toward the Gulf Coast, Accuweather reports.
Drenching rain and thunderstorms will crawl eastward through the Deep South Monday into Tuesday.
In the wake of the Southwest storm, most areas in the Plains and West are likely to be free of rain and snow for the big travel day Wednesday. The only exception may be part of the immediate Pacific coast, where a bit of rain may arrive.