The start of the abbreviated work week will be cold, but it won’t last long. By the time many of you are hitting the road or airwaves to your Thanksgiving destination, the warm weather will return to the Sunshine State. An upper-level ridge of high pressure is forecast to build in from the southeast. This will keep cold fronts away and limit the moisture in our atmosphere. The result will be prolonged stretch of relatively warm, quiet weather through the end of the month. Outside of a few coastal showers, long range forecast data suggests the next organized chance of precipitation won’t arrive until sometime in early December.