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Dry Weather For Thanksgiving

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Justin’s Wednesday Night Forecast Discussion: 

Skies are starting to clear tonight and the chilly air is making for a cool overnight. Showers will taper off, snow in the mountains as well and the valley will see dense fog settling in. Lows should be able to drop into the mid and likely lower 30s areawide. If you’re headed over the mountains just after sunrise tomorrow, expect some icy roads and packed snow along both Passes.

Turkey day should stay dry ahead of the next wave of showers, with some sun breaks in the afternoon. Black Friday shoppers may also see a dry forecast for the early morning hours, with scattered showers returning later in the day. Both days high temps should hold in the low 50s at best.

Civil War fans headed to Reser Stadium will see some on and off wet weather for both tailgating and kickoff at 12p. The next system won’t be as strong as what came through earlier this week with lighter showers and snow at the ski resort level only. Sunday morning will see the last of the wet weather for a few days as next week is looking drier with a high pressure ridge building in for Sunday and Monday.

Have a great Thanksgiving!

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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