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November 21 – Cold Turkey!

There are no last-minute changes to the bitter cold forecast for Thanksgiving day. Expect temps in the teens in the morning and late in the day, and at best in the low 20s around midday. The wind will be 15-30 mph all day, and that will make it feel like 0-10° throughout the day. It stays frigid with less wind by late Thursday night. Lows will be the upper single digits to mid teens Friday morning – a frigid start for Black Friday shoppers. Even with sunshine and a light breeze, the high temperature on Friday will only be near 30. 

Friday night looks cold for November with lows in the upper teens to mid 20s. The temperature will warm to near 50 on Saturday afternoon as clouds increase ahead of a storm system that brings rain Saturday night into early Sunday. That storm brings about 0.4-0.8″ rain. Sunday afternoon looks ok with highs near 50. 

We are right back into a stormy pattern next week. Another rainmaker is possible late Monday. There is also potential for a storm in the mid to late workweek. While the Saturday night and Monday storm are likely to be rain, if a third storm arrives, it could have more of a wintry element. Something to keep an eye on as I recover from a turkey coma in the next couple of days. 

I hope that you and yours have a happy Thanksgiving! 

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Fred Campagna

President and Chief Meteorologist - Right Weather LLC AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologist #756 AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist #126

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