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Lows clouds, fog, drizzle, and light rain will be possible for the southern and eastern half of the viewing area, while there may actually be some periods of sun farther north and west. Highs will range from the upper 30s northwest to the mid 50s southeast. A cold front will pass through and flip winds around to the north. They will become quite strong tonight and tomorrow.

Drizzle or light rain will continue tonight, but as we get past midnight, enough cold air may come into play that we'll see a transition to freezing drizzle or freezing rain. Precipitation will also become heavier as we approach daybreak on Thanksgiving. That transition will continue to move from northwest to southeast through the day. This will coincide with some of the heavier precipitation in southeastern areas. Meanwhile, areas to the northwest will start to transition from freezing rain to sleet and snow. The heaviest precipitation will fall during the daytime hours, then lighten up heading into Thursday night. Many could see ice accumulations of 0.05" to 0.20". Areas to the southeast could see 0.20" to 0.30". What this all means is that roads will get slick and areas where ice accumulation is heavy enough may even experience power outages. Sleet and snow accumulations will likely be in the range of 0" to 2".

Friday will be a quieter day, but a cold and breezy day with highs in the 20s and lower 30s, but wind chills in the 10s. Temperatures will struggle to warm through the weekend into early next week. They will remain below normally, but slowly climb out of the 20s and into the 30s. Saturday through Monday all hold at least a slight chance of snow, but when exactly the best time will be is still in question. So plan on some snow during that time and stay tuned to the forecast for more information as we approach to the weekend.
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