A cooler than normal Thanksgiving Day.

Winds decrease overnight; cooler for Thanksgiving holiday

QUICK-LOOK FORECAST

  • Winds diminish overnight
  • Cooler, but dry for Thanksgiving
  • Another round of rain and wind Saturday

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DETAILED FORECAST

Overnight: Cloudy skies remain, but winds will diminish overnight, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs said. Temperatures will fall through the 30s with wind chills in the 20s.

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Thanksgiving: The weather appears to settle down in time for Thanksgiving. While the day will be a bit breezy, calmer conditions will return for the latter part of Thursday. Also, a stray flurry cannot be ruled out across the north in the morning. Temperatures will be on the cooler side in the lower 40s, but it will stay dry. Skies will be cloudy to mostly cloudy throughout the holiday.

Friday: Black Friday shoppers should expect a cold but dry start, beginning with temperatures in the 30s. Temperatures will rise to the middle 40s by the afternoon. Clouds increase through the day. There is a chance of a few showers Friday night.

Saturday: Another messy day is in store with steady showers and breezy conditions. Highs will reach the lower to middle 50s.

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Sunday: Mostly cloudy and breezy conditions are expected, but showers likely will return late in the day along with a few snowflakes. No accumulation is forecast. Temperatures will rise to a high near 50 degrees and then fall to the 30s at night.

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Monday: A passing rain or show shower is possible early, then conditions will be mostly cloudy and cool with highs around 40 degrees.

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