Well after a nice sun-filled Wednesday, we’re looking at the quiet weather continuing over the next couple of days.
Wednesday evening and overnight there’s no sign of weather complications across the region as we remain clear. Winds will remain light as temperatures cool down into the 30’s.
Thanksgiving Day will start out cool but with abundant sunshine, temperatures will warm into the 60’s. A weak cold front will move across the state during the afternoon switching our winds from the south to the north.
This weak front won’t bring us any rain; it will only bring us slightly cooler temperatures for Black Friday. So, while you’re out shopping for all those deals you might need a jacket as temperatures start out in the 30’s. By the afternoon, temperatures will rebound into the upper 50’s with ample sunshine.
Over the weekend, we’ll continue with the sunny skies on Saturday as highs warm up into the 60’s to near 70’s in some spots. Winds will increase with our next weather system arriving by late Sunday with a chance of rain and storms.
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