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First Warning Forecast | First Half Of Thanksgiving Week Better Than Second Half

Even So, Holiday Travel Shouldn’t Be Affected Much.
Published: Nov. 21, 2021 at 6:35 PM EST|Updated: Nov. 22, 2021 at 9:33 PM EST
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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - After a day with highs in the lower 40s, we see clear skies assist us in dropping temperatures to the mid / low 20s before daybreak tomorrow. A brisk breeze goes calm tonight, conspiring with clearing skies to drop us this low. Thankfully another day chalk full of sunshine will rule the roost tomorrow and travelers will be delighted with the dry skies that continue through to Thanksgiving Day.

Temperatures will stay chilly Tuesday (the low/mid 40s), but resume a more reasonable perch in the 50s Wednesday and Thursday. As the meal wraps-up Thursday afternoon, new clouds will be on the scene as our next system approaches. This one will sweep rain through, and more cold air is set to follow in typical fashion. Black Friday shoppers take note-- once again it’s possible to put those snowflakes in the air with temperatures in the 30s all day.

The current look at the weekend beyond, as many explode in a sea of Christmas decor, will be for another quiet set of days that proves inviting for travelers, but remains cold for all (particularly the hunters), with highs again remaining in the lower 40s.

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