Busiest travel day of the year looks dry for us!

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THANKSGIVING TRAVEL AND HOLIDAY

Winds finally calm tonight with high-pressure overhead and mostly clear skies. This leads to a much colder morning in the 20s.

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The busiest travel day of the year right before the Thanksgiving Day holiday is a bit dma-tomorrow-highs-csvmilder with highs in the upper 40s.  Clouds increase as our next system approaches and a late day or evening rain shower is possible.  Some areas to the north and northwest may even see a brief mix.  Keep the umbrella handy for Thanksgiving Day, showers are more likely as the front pushes through and temperatures remain in the 40s.  holiday-2It won’t be a washout so if you’re stuffed with good food and need to walk it off you’ll still be able too! Speaking of walking, Black Friday shopping looks dry.  A jacket is a must in the morning with lows in the 30s. Sunshine is limited in the afternoon, however, temperatures manage to warm up to the upper 40s and lower 50s.  Happy shopping!  A fast moving system overnight brings  a few rain showers, however, to the north some snow or sleet may mix in.  This is not a significant system as it moves out rather quick.

QUIET WEEKEND

The system exits leaving some upper-level energy so clouds linger for Saturday but it’s dry with highs near seasonable averages around 50 degrees.  Despite a colder start to the day, more sunshine Sunday helps warm temperatures close to 50 degrees once again.  Heading back to work it is milder with highs in the lower 50s.   Clouds increase and our next system is knocking on our door with a late day shower or two.  However, best chance is Tuesday morning.  They move out leaving partly sunny skies and highs in the middle 50s.

weekend-outlook

Stay with FOX43 Weather for updated changes to the forecast through the rest of the week!

Have a good day!

MaryEllen Pann,

Chief Meteorologist

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