Dry, sunny, and milder for holiday travels on Wednesday

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Wednesday is a dry and milder day for the region.

 

 

 

 

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Here's a look at the travel forecast across the nation.

TURKEY DAY FORECAST: High pressure is taking full control of the weather, and it’s already warming the region this afternoon. Readings are much closer to average, but tonight is still another cold one. Overnight lows fall into the middle 20s to lower 30s. There are some passing clouds. High pressure ensures plenty of sun for the Thanksgiving holiday! All Wednesday travels across the Mid-Atlantic are dry, and it’s even a bit milder too! Readings rise above seasonal averages, inHoliday the lower to middle 50s. Thanksgiving looks dry, sunny, and mild too! Highs are in the middle to upper 50s. Black Friday shoppers will have to contend with chilly temperatures to start, but it’s still sunny. Highs are a touch milder, in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. Clouds build through the second half of the day.

 

 

EARLY WEEKEND SYSTEM: Our next cold front crosses through overnight Friday into early Saturday morning. It brings the chance for a few showers, and perhaps a few flakes at the end before skies dry out the rest of the day. Sunday brings partly cloudy skies. Temperatures fall closer to seasonable numbers.

 

 

NEXT WEEK: Early next week, our next system moves through, bringing the chance for showers on both Monday and Tuesday. Temperatures are a bit above seasonal averages.

 

 

 

Have a great night!

 

 

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