Many of you will be on the move today either traveling or doing some last minute preparations for Thanksgiving. It looks like the weather will not be slowing you down as our dry stretch of weather continues. High pressure is locked in across much of the country with the exception of the Pacific Northwest where rain, wind, and snow will cause lengthy travel delays. Here in South Jersey the sun will be shining, warming temperatures into the mid to upper 50's. Winds should stay rather light this morning but a breeze from the north may pick up as the day wears on. Regardless, it will still be very nice out there today and expect more of the same as we head into tomorrow. With each passing day our temperatures rise a couple degrees putting us close to 60 degrees here for Black Friday. However, don't get used to this milder pattern as chilly changes move in for the weekend. A cold front makes a run at us Friday night and Saturday morning with the threat for a spotty shower but the bigger story will be the gusty winds and much cooler temperatures. Highs both Saturday and Sunday will only top out in the 40's despite a decent amount of sunshine and with the winds it will feel even colder. A storm should be arriving late Tuesday into Wednesday bringing the chance for rain. Stay safe!