Here's a look at the temperatures for Thanksgiving. We will only reach highs in the 40s with a mostly sunny sky and rain chances will stay at 0%. Mid 70s Friday and mid to upper 70s Saturday as the next cold front goes through midday. The high will be 61. The wind, which will make it feel colder, will be steady from the west at 14 to 17 miles per hour. The overnight low will be 46. The NWS predicts a 70 percent chance of precipitation in the eastern part of the state and a 50 percent chance in the western half, accompanied by light winds not peaking 10 miles per hour. The rain risk will be 30 percent.
Passage of the cold front has left behind some brighter skies, wind and falling temperatures. So if you're heading out for early morning high school football games on Thanksgiving or to wait in those Black Friday lines late Thursday night, be sure to dress warmly. On Tuesday, the high is 61, but Tuesday night will see below-freezing temperatures, with a low around 27. Our high temperatures on Sunday will be in the lower to mid 30s. Once we head into the afternoon all of the rain will have been moved out leaving us mostly sunny once again and breezy. The high will be 62, after a morning low of 38. Lows by morning will settle into the upper 30s.
Tuesday night we will have isolated showers then turning windy and cool with a low of 58.
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