November 24, 2010 - Latest Thanksgiving Forecast

By: Mallory Brooke
By: Mallory Brooke

Read today's blog for the latest Thanksgiving forecast!

With a monster storm brewing in the central US, Thanksgiving travel may be impacted. The first area of precipitation to affect our area will come overnight into Thanksgiving morning. Overrunning brings a few showers to the area, and even a light wintry mix in the highest elevations. No accumulation is expected because the ground remains rather warm. The warm front crosses the region Thursday afternoon, therefore temperatures will actually climb after the sun sets.

The daylight hours of Thanksgiving will be rather dry. There could be a few pockets of sunshine throughout the day but cloud cover thickens by the late afternoon. Rain moves into the area again late Thursday night into Friday morning as the cold front makes its way through the area. Showers stay in the forecast through lunch Friday, with some snow flakes possibly mixing in once again in the higher elevations.

 

Wishing everyone a safe and yummy Thanksgiving!!

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