November 22, 2010 - Thanksgiving Forecast

By: Mallory Brooke
By: Mallory Brooke

Thankfully the storm system that looked to be affecting us on Thanksgiving has slowed down. Read all about the forecast changes in my blog!

Talk about some fall-like weather - it will truly feel like Thanksgiving this year!

While we start out the week in the 60's, a surge of cold air will come behind a cold front Tuesday afternoon. High temperatures move into the low to mid 50's for Wednesday and Thursday as another system moves in from the west. Originally scheduled to move in on Thursday, it looks like the bulk of the precipitation will come overnight Thursday into Friday morning.

For all the door-busting shoppers, bring the rain gear and a heavier coat for Friday morning. Some of the rain showers may end as a few snowflakes, especially in the higher elevations. High temperatures Friday with struggle to move through the 40's as another surge of relatively cold air invades the Valley. Cooler weather will stay with us through the weekend with a slight warm up for Cyber Monday.

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