Despite below-normal temperatures making for a chilly Thanksgiving weekend across most of the U.S., warmer air will move off the East Coast and across the Corn Belt in the first week of December. With it will come disturbances and troughs moving across the U.S. early next week. Two storm systems are expected, one in the Southern Plains on Thursday and the other moving along the Ohio River into the Northeast on Sunday.

Widespread showers are expected in both systems, helpful for areas experiencing extreme to exceptional drought conditions in Louisiana and the Tennessee Valley. It is expected most precipitation to remain rain, as Canadian air that could create snow will remain North.

Read more on December weather forecasts here.