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Sunny & Mild for Thanksgiving & Black Friday

The weather pattern will stay quiet for the next couple of days.  A huge dome of high pressure will keep things dry & pleasant through Thanksgiving and Black Friday.  We’ll also see a bit of a warming trend with temperatures reaching well into the 50s both today and tomorrow.

If you’re hitting the roads over the holiday weekend travel conditions are still  looking nearly perfect. It will be dry across all of England through Friday! In fact, with the exception of the Pacific Northwest the country will see nice weather. Everywhere east of the Rockies will be dry and mild. Fog in the Mid-West will give way to lots of sunshine.

A cold front will move through western Mass. Saturday morning.  We’re not expecting much moisture with this front but it will bring a winter chill.  There could be a morning rain or snow showers but that is about it. This front will cool us off for the weekend and the winds will pick up as well.  Temperatures Saturday and Sunday will be knocked down into the low and middle 40s for highs. The gusty winds will make it feel colder than the actual air tempseratures so get ready to bundle up for the weekend.

The next chance of any storminess will be towards the middle of next week along about late Tuesday or Wednesday with either a cold rain or some wintry weather. Stay tuned!

Thanksgiving Day Forecast:

10 am: Sunny 40

3 pm: Sunny 54

7 pm: Sunny 46

Have a great Thanksgiving,

- Brittany Decker

 

 

 

 

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