CHARLOTTE, N.C. (PINPOINT WEATHER) — As we head into the week of Thanksgiving, clouds move in on Monday with a near washout expected on Tuesday.

This will be due to a strong storm system moving across the country, likely to cause numerous travel headaches. Dry weather returns on Wednesday and Thanksgiving before more likely showers as we kick off the holiday shopping season.

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As for Monday, dry and quiet weather continues for the Carolinas. Clouds will increase throughout the day on Monday. The good news is that we are not expecting any shower activity to go along with high temperatures in the low 60s.

Tuesday is a day that will likely cause a lot of travel headaches with moderate to heavy rain expected throughout the day with even some thunderstorms possible. Temperatures will also be cooler with highs in the mid to upper 50s. Plan on flight delays if you are traveling anywhere along the East Coast.

Wednesday and Thanksgiving the skies will clear, and our weather will improve for the Carolinas. Temperatures will stay chilly with highs in the mid-50s, so those backyard football games will need sweaters.

Friday another storm system will move up the east coast and likely bring more shower activity as we kick off the holiday shopping season.

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In the meantime, enjoy the quiet weather and have a great week of Thanksgiving!