Happy Turkey Day!!! This week temperatures have been on a rollercoaster. Yesterday was warmer than normal for us this time of year but windy and cloudy. Thanksgiving brings a few tenths of an inch of rain during the morning and early afternoon then we will start to clear. It is going to be around average but still windy today and tonight. A cold front is approaching our area very early Thursday morning, that is what is sparking the showers, but highs today will be reached early in the day not in the late afternoon/evening when we usually see them because of the front so temps are going to quickly start to fall. Black Friday is going to be cold but there won't be any precipitation. Winds will be between 10-20mph today. Temperatures Thanksgiving will be in the mid 40s earlier in the day. Overnight Thursday temperatures will be around 20 degrees.
11/25/21 Morning Weather Forecast
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