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Tonight: Mostly Clear. Low 38.

Thanksgiving: Partly Sunny. High 60.

Friday: Partly Sunny. High 64.

Saturday: Variable Clouds. 20% Shower Chance. High 61.

Sunday: Mostly Cloudy. 30% Shower Chance. High 54.

Monday: Mostly Cloudy. 20% Shower Chance. High 52.

Tuesday: Mostly Cloudy. 20% Shower Chance. High 55.

Weather Summary:

The gradual warming trend that has taken us through the first half of the week will continue through the Thanksgiving Holiday. High pressure centered over the northeast will continue to provide relatively stable conditions across the Triad into Thanksgiving and Black Friday.

A general southerly flow will keep temperatures above freezing Wednesday night with low temperatures in the upper 30s. Thanksgiving day will be very pleasant with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies and high temperatures in the upper 50s to around 60 degrees.

Mild conditions will continue to build into Friday afternoon with high temperatures expected to be in the middle 60s.

A slow moving storm system over the Central Plains and Midwestern States will eventually make its way to the Triad by Sunday. The storm system will weaken significantly before arriving in the Carolinas, but a 30% chance of showers will arrive for Sunday and continue into the beginning of next week. Along with the chance of a few stray showers temperatures will be cooler next week as well. Expect highs for the first half of next week to be in the middle 50s with lows in the low 40s.

The normal high is 58, and the normal low is 37.

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