It’s going to be one more nice day…the bottom falls out tomorrow! Welcome to your Thanksgiving Day forecast for Thursday, November 22, 2012!
TODAY AND THIS EVENING: I know many of you probably have plans to be out and about. Expect highs near 64 here in Cincinnati. Clouds will increase this evening but I think the day is fine!
NATIONWIDE TODAY AND TONIGHT: A strong front will cross the upper Plains states today. This is the same front that we’re mentioning for tomorrow morning below. It should bring rain and snow showers across parts of the extreme northern plains. The Pacific Northwest catches a VERY brief break…before the next storm moves in tomorrow. The rest of the country looks dry.
OVERNIGHT AND BLACK FRIDAY: Another, stronger front is expected to move in in the morning. I think this one will bring a better chance of rain than Tuesday’s did. Highs will be in the upper 40’s, and that’s likely a midday high…temperatures then crash into the 30’s by sunset. If you’re going to the early morning sales (pre-dawn) I now think you will need the umbrella. Any showers are out of here by noon…but it turns cold, so have the cold weather gear.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY: The aforementioned front brings another shot of colder air. Highs will be around 38 on Saturday and maybe 43 on Sunday with lows in the lower 30’s Saturday morning (if we’re lucky, likely mid 20’s) and middle 20’s Sunday morning. The GFS tried to go even colder for Saturday, which I cannot totally buy yet.
MONDAY-TUESDAY: As we get back to work early next week, another storm will move in. Currently, it appears to be a rain event with a brief change to snow on Tuesday night before ending. Stay tuned. Highs will be in the 40’s on Monday with lows in the middle 30’s on Monday night. Tuesday we may struggle to reach 40.
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NEXT UPDATE: Our next update to the blog will be Black Friday morning. Until then, take care and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!