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Windy conditions die down later tonight, cooler temperatures for Thanksgiving

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Photo Credit: Kyle Richie(WYMT)
Published: Nov. 27, 2019 at 3:07 PM EST
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Those windy conditions will start to die down later this evening with more sunshine in store for Thanksgiving!

Tonight

That Wind Advisory will remain in effect until 7 p.m. this evening. Winds have been gusting up to 40 mph today, but as we head into the later evening and overnight hours we'll see that die down a little bit.

We'll see a few clouds tonight with temperatures dropping into the lower 30s. Winds will still be a little gusty tonight as that front moves out of the region.

Thanksgiving and Black Friday

If you are crazy like me and have signed up for a 5K Thanksgiving morning, I recommend bundling up. Temperatures will be in the low to mid-40s for highs with that mixture of sun and clouds throughout the day.

Black Friday shoppers, you'll need to bundle up too if you are out early in the morning. We'll continue to see that mixture of sun and clouds Friday with highs in the mid to upper 40s. Clouds will increase overnight and into your Saturday as another system moves into the mountains. We could see a stray chance Friday super late Friday night. Friday night football fans, it looks like it'll be a chilly one but you should remain dry!

Extended Forecast

Soggy weather returns as we head into the weekend...again.

Highs for both days will be in the mid to upper 50s with the bulk of the showers arriving on Saturday and continuing into Sunday. We'll hang onto a little bit of moisture as we head into your Monday and with temperatures dropping we could possibly see a little bit of a wintry mix.

Right now this system will depend on temperatures. The recent models show temperatures remaining slightly above freezing. We should not see a lot of impacts from this system. Right now it looks like it'll be more wet than snowy. Of course, we'll continue to keep an eye on that during the next few days.

WYMT Chief Meteorologist

Paige Noël

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