Warm temperatures and clear skies forecast for Thanksgiving Day

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Generally clear conditions are expected with cold lows in the upper 20s. This dry pattern is going to stick with us for a while. Skies will remain sunny with southwest winds at 5-10 miles per hour. To see how warm it is in your area, check out our Current Temperatures Map.

Thanksgiving looks mostly sunny and dry. Lows Friday night will only fall into the 40s.

A cold front will cross the state early Saturday morning. After some morning clouds, sunshine will build through the afternoon and temperatures will climb into the middle 40s, very close to seasonal levels.

If you're heading out tonight for Black Friday deals, the weather should be really nice! Highs will be in the 30s and 40s.

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It will be quite mild on Saturday with highs in the 50s.

It's all about the temperatures over the next six days as we have virtually no chance of rain through the weekend and into early next week. Sunday will be slightly cooler, but sunny. Temperatures will cool down again Wednesday thanks to more clouds with highs returning to the 50s and 60s.

As the sun comes up, expect warming temperatures. A slight chance for rain will kick in by about Wednesday of next week, but the system doesn't look to be too significant for our area. By late Friday night, a cold front will move through, possibly bringing a few rogue raindrops, mainly to our North Zone.