Quiet local weather expected Thanksgiving week

Jerome Frank
November 22, 2017

Wednesday will be a big day for those traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday. This story appeared on page A5. Today should be the best day for any rain for the foreseeable future. Clouds will settle in to join us for dinner with the family on Thanksgiving Day, but they should be polite enough to allow for some occasional peeks of sun. Let's jump into the details!

What a QUIET pattern we have coming up!

Very windy conditions are expected this afternoon, as a cold front moves through the region.

HEADING TO THE WEEKEND: Temperatures warm heading into the weekend thanks to a west-southwesterly wind shift.

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Black Friday: Mostly sunny. Otherwise, we'll experience mainly fair and seasonable weather for the next week. Lows will drop into the low to mid 30s with some scattered rain showers, that may change to snow by Wednesday morning.

There's a slight chance for a sprinkle or light shower early in the morning, otherwise, it will be partly cloudy during the afternoon. Saturday will be a milder day with high temperatures nearing the 50 degree mark. Highs reach the upper 40s and low to mid 50s. Temperatures go from the 50s Saturday, to the mid 40s Sunday. This system also looks dry, which means you'll have to water your lawn and fall garden, well whatever has made it through the freezing temperatures.

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