Sunny, Cold Thanksgiving
THURSDAY FORECAST: I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving! For those that received measurable snowfall, I hope that you were able to enjoy this late fall treat. Overnight, it will be cold with lows in the mid to upper teens in many areas. This will cause some roads to refreeze, so be careful on area roadways. Thanksgiving will be very nice, mostly sunny, and chilly with highs in the upper 30s to lower 40s. Black Friday morning will be cold again with lows in the low 20s if you are headed out to find the deals. We then go on a warming trend into the weekend with highs reaching into the low 50s. There could be a weak system affect us on Sunday night or Monday, but there is only about a 20% chance of precipitation right now. The majority of the system looks like it will stay south of us, but we will continue to monitor it. In the extended, more warm air and a chance of rain may return to the forecast by the late part of next week. This is very far out and difficult to say with much certainty, so please be sure to follow us for the very latest as we continue to adjust our forecast. -Meteorologist Jeremy Buckles
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