Near seasonal temperatures with low rain chances through Sunday

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Happy Thanksgiving! We’ll see a little patchy drizzle until 8am and then dry out for the rest of the day. Expect some blue sky by 2-3pm, but overall more clouds will be the rule today. High temperatures will remain pretty steady through the afternoon topping out at 47.


For tailgaters prior to the Colts game, you will stay dry. Temperatures will fall from the mid 40s at 5pm to the low 40s by kickoff at 8:30. Go Colts!


Across the Nation today we’ll see rain showers in NYC and DC. Further north across Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine we’ll see some snow. Messy weather is also expected across the Pacific Northwest.  Seattle and Portland and the lower elevations will see rain, while in the higher elevations precipitation will fall as ALL snow.


For those heading out Black Friday shopping we’ll see some patchy fog early Friday morning with temperatures starting off in the low to mid 30s. The rest of the holiday weekend will be mostly dry. Temperatures will get into the 50s on Saturday and Sunday!


Heavy rain is expected Monday and Tuesday. Severe storms will be possible on Tuesday with 1-2″ of rain expected over that 48 hour period. We turn sharply colder for the middle of next week with some snow showers in the forecast for Wednesday.


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