Thanksgiving Forecast: High of 50 expected, but wind will make it feel colder

Published: Nov. 23, 2022 at 6:58 PM CST
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Skies are expected to stay overcast while a 30% rain chance crosses our area lingering until midday Thursday. Your Thanksgiving Day will see morning showers give way to late day clearing after a cold front passes through. The brisk breeze will make the air feel colder, so make sure you are dressed properly if you have plans to spend time outside. Highs in the lower 50s Thursday will rapidly fall into the upper 30s by the late evening hours before slipping to near freezing Friday morning. Black Friday will be a chilly one for shoppers. Expect a partly cloudy sky with area temperatures near freezing early, rising to the upper 40s in the afternoon. Clouds will gather Saturday, leading to a 60% rain chance followed by fair skies and a cool Sunday. By the middle of next week, a winter system will work into the Midwest and offer a chance for mixed precipitation on Wednesday.