Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Thanksgiving Day Forecast

The only thing that hopefully will be dry tomorrow will be the weather.  Your turkey, the associated things that go with it, and your stomachs will be another story.  I predict a high probability of stuffed faces around the region and a respectable chance that some will have turkey-induced naps after stuffing themselves.   In the weather world, it's going to be a very nice Thanksgiving as temperatures will continue their mild (but not too warm) trend that we've been in for the past five days.

Tonight will be mostly clear for most of the region.  There could be some low clouds at the Shore overnight but most of us are clear to partly cloudy.  Lows range from the 30's south and east to the upper 20's farther northwest.

Any low clouds that do develop will probably burn off by mid to late morning at the Shore.  Sunshine dominates the duration of the day with temperatures slightly milder than the past few days.  Expect mid and upper 50's across the region...maybe 60 south of the city in a rogue spot or two.

Black Friday will be slightly warmer but also feature increasing clouds in the afternoon with a few sprinkles possible in the evening.   The weather turns chillier for the weekend but it won't be intolerably cold out.