• Sunny skies and dry weather lead into Thanksgiving

    By: Megan McClellan


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    Quick Facts:

    • Morning temperatures stay on the cold side but afternoons look mostly nice
    • Things stay dry up to and through Thanksgiving
    • Rain chances return for Black Friday and part of the weekend

    After a cold and gloomy day on Sunday, there are some nice conditions headed to Green Country with more sunshine and some warmer temperatures.


    After the cold start to the morning, temperatures will climb back into the 50s today. There will be more sunshine to enjoy and run any errands.

    Winds will remain out of the west bringing in some more dry air.


    Another cold front moves through Green Country but because of the dry air, rain chances will not be a concern. 

    Temperatures will be a little cooler than on Monday but afternoon highs will still be better than Sunday's cold all day long.


    The cold weather won't stick around long term. Highs back around 60 return for the middle part of the week as southern winds return with the sunshine sticking around.

    Overall, Wednesday will be a great day with very seasonable weather.


    Great weather expected for Thanksgiving. There will be lots of sunshine for any activities with friends and family.

    For any backyard football games, things should be dry and the winds shouldn't be too strong.


    Rain chances return for any shopping plans on Friday. If you don't want to get out in the rain, this might be a great day to put up the Christmas decorations on the inside of the house, or at least get them out of storage.


    A mixture of sun and rain will be present through the weekend. Saturday looks to be the best day for outside plans with more sunshine and warmer temperatures before another front starts to move through bringing in cooler air and more rain chances for Sunday.

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