Dry and mild for Thanksgiving Day
Tracking the next chance for rain on Black Friday
- Highs warming into the 50s and 60s through Thanksgiving
- Thanksgiving day looks dry with increasing clouds
- Still tracking rain chances for the end of the week & weekend
Low temperatures will fall into the low to mid 30s Thanksgiving morning.
Thanksgiving Day will be dry throughout our hometowns! It won’t be a bad morning for the Drumstick Dash, but you’ll want to be ready to shed the layers as afternoon highs will work their way up into the 50s and low 60s.
Expect a mix of sun and clouds throughout the day. Clouds will increase late in the day.
A better chance for rain returns on Black Friday. Most models are showing activity will be scattered across the WDBJ7 viewing area. It won’t be a bad idea to have the umbrella if you are doing any Black Friday shopping! This will be the first wave of showers before our second wave of rain moves through during the weekend.
Temperatures will be mild on Friday in the upper 40s for the Highlands with most of us in the 50s.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Models are having a hard time pinpointing the exact timing of this system, but it looks like rain will be around for both Saturday and Sunday. Showers will not be widespread all day as we will see some dry breaks, so not expecting a washout! Just be careful travelling for the holiday as wet roadways are likely especially mixed with wet leaves that can make conditions slick.
Right now looks like rain will be seen later Saturday and into the first part of Sunday. Highs this weekend will hold in the mid to upper 50s/low 60s with windy conditions each day.
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