For the rest of your Thanksgiving, skies will remain partly cloudy and fairly chilly, with lows dipping into the mid- to upper 20's. Thankfully (see what I did there), winds will continue to lessen, meaning wind chills won't be as cold. Tomorrow, if you're brave enough to venture out to the stores, skies will again be mostly sunny with temperatures about ten degrees below normal for this time of year. Highs will be in the mid-30's to the north and west and in the upper 30's to the south and east and around the Philadelphia metro. Some areas in extreme south Jersey and Delaware could crack the 40-degree mark.
We should crack the 40-degree mark over most of the area on Saturday under partly cloudy skies. Saturday night, however, we could see some light rain or snow showers. Nothing really to be concerned about, but it could make some roadways slick. We bump the temperatures up on Sunday, into the mid-40's under mostly cloudy skies. Low temperatures will also get a leg up, from the mid-20's to lower to mid-30's. By the start of the new workweek, we will start out with partly cloudy skies. By the evening, however, we'll begin to cloud up and we could see some rain showers. Some mixing will be possible to the north and west. The precipitation will carry over into Tuesday, before clearing out in the afternoon. Highs on Tuesday will still get up into the mid-40's. We clear out completely on Wednesday and are left with mostly sunny skies and a moderate high in the mid-40's. Finally, we'll see variable cloudiness this time next week with temperatures running about five to eight degrees above normal.