The forecast, overcast damp and cool, is less than ideal for my neck of the woods. I'll be out scouting and listening but do not expect to hear much in the places I am going to. If I do hear some, I expect it to be sporadic gobbling of the limb with little to no gobbling once their feet hit the ground. With that said, if I were guiding a juvenile this weekend, I'd hit the woods in full force regardless of the weather forecast.
Turkeys are crazy. Sometimes they dont gobble good on blue bird mornings, and sometimes they gobble like crazy after the thunder during thunderstorms.
From my personal experience, I think that cooler mornings are better than warm mornings. I like mornings where its below 50, about 40-45, and with a heavy dew. Plus it makes the hunt more enjoyable during the day when it isn't 80 degrees.