Wind relaxes but rain stops by for Thanksgiving Day

NOW: Wind relaxes but rain stops by for Thanksgiving Day

It will stay warm with winds relaxing throughout the rest of Wednesday. Temperatures will stay in the 40s overnight, with rain showers moving in late tonight. It will still be rainy Thanksgiving morning, and a few lake-effect rain showers are possible during the afternoon. Temperatures will fall through the 40s on Thursday into the 30s by Thanksgiving dinnertime. Rain and snow showers will transition to snow showers by Thursday night. Most spots won't pick up more than a coating into Friday morning. It'll be cold as you try to find hot deals on Friday, with morning temperatures in the 20s and wind chills in the teens. Highs will barely get above freezing on Friday with cloudy skies. More snow showers are possible late Saturday into Sunday, but once again, snow is not a major concern for the busy travel day Sunday. 

Tonight: Rain develops. Low 45.

Thanksgiving Day: Rain in the morning, then rain/snow showers possible. High 46, temps falling into the 30s throughout the day.

Friday: Cloudy and cold. High 36.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy. Snow showers possible at night. High 40. 

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