Thanksgiving Day should be quiet with dry weather and highs in the upper 60s to around 70 under a mostly to partly sunny
sky. However, there will be a cold front approaching the area, which will likely bring an increase in cloudiness
throughout the day. On Thanksgiving night, rain showers will be possible as the front crosses into the area. At this time,
significant rainfall is not expected. Black Friday shoppers may want to bring an umbrella since the rain is expected to linger into Friday morning. But the rain should move out by the afternoon. Colder air will be filtering in behind this front on Friday, so there will be a drop in temperatures. Highs on Friday will be in the the 50s...with even colder temperatures for Saturday with highs only in the 40s. We should see slightly warmer temperatures on Sunday though. Stay tuned for any updates to the forecast.