Sunshine will kick off your Monday. A warm front will come through today and will change things up a bit as we head into Thanksgiving Week. As the front nears and sweeps through, we will pick up winds, making for blustery conditions. Winds are expected from the southwest gusting to 25 mph. When combined with the chilly day we have ahead, it will feel colder throughout the day. The front comes through dry late today and will keep wind in play overnight tonight as well. Tuesday High pressure takes over with plenty of sunshine and relaxing winds. Temperatures will warm to near 50 both Tuesday and Wednesday. Looking ahead to Thanksgiving, look for mostly sunny skies with a high in the mid-40s. We are watching for the potential of a coastal storm for Friday- Saturday. Confidence is currently low in the outcomes because of the variables of timing and temperature. The storm looks to be lacking for cold air, so precipitation in Sothern New England would lean mainly rain given the current track. There are things that could still fall into place to bring the snow, but things will become clearer in the next 24-48 hours. Stay tuned!