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The Wednesday travel forecast is looking dry for the East Coast.




It's chilly with a few showers for Thanksgiving.

TURKEY DAY: It’s a cold start throughout the region this morning, but it is dry for all travelers hitting the road for the holiday.  Temperatures are in the 20s with light winds. Conditions remain dry for the busiest travel day of the year. Clouds increase quickly as the next system approaches the region, so the sunglasses likely won’t be needed after the morning hours. Our next system an overnight shower, but most are dry. gfx4A few showers are possible on Thanksgiving, but it won’t be a washout. Highs Wednesday are closer in the middle to upper 40s, and readings are a couple degrees cooler on Thursday. It’ll be chilly for Black Friday shopping, but dry! A few afternoon showers are possible. After a chilly start with temperatures in the 30s, afternoon temperatures are in the upper 40s to lower 50s.



WEEKEND OUTLOOK: The weekend looks fairly quiet. There’s partly sunny skies Saturday as a system clears out. A few lake effect flakes could make it into parts of the region as a brief, chilly burst swings through our area. Afternoon temperatures make the lower to middle 40s. Sunday brings partly cloudy skies. It’s quiet, with readings near 50 degrees.



NEXT WEEK: Monday brings more by way of sunshine. After a rather sunny start, clouds are expected to increase. It’s milder, with temperatures in the lower to middle 50s. Tuesday brings our next chance for showers. It’s even milder, with readings in the middle to upper 50s.



Have a great Wednesday, and safe travels!