The milder temperatures are courtesy of a northeast wind bringing milder Atlantic air into the peninsula. Those winds are gusty at times and are creating hazards for small boats.
Another result of the flow in from the east is increasing low-level moisture which will result in fast-moving isolated sprinkles and showers next few days. These will mainly impact inland counties closer to the source of the moisture but some may survive the peninsular trip and reach coastal counties as well.
Thanksgiving Day will be partly sunny with an isolated shower, highs in the low 80s.Read full story