50s on Thanksgiving Day will give way to colder temperatures the rest of the weekend.
Plenty of Rain
Wednesday started the day with mostly sunny skies while clouds increased during the afternoon. Highs reached the low to mid 50s.
Wednesday night will be cloudy and milder with temperatures holding steady or rising into the mid to upper 40s. Winds will be south at 8-16 mph inland and breezy from the south along the lakeshore at 15-20 mph.
Thanksgiving Day will be cloudy and milder with a few scattered rain showers. Highs will be in the mid to upper 50s. Winds will be south at 8-16 mph inland and 10-20 mph along the lakeshore.
Thursday night will be cloudy with numerous, steady rain showers with steady temperatures. Winds will be south at 10-20 mph inland and 15-20 mph along the lakeshore.
Friday will be cloudy with showers likely, especially early in the day. Temperatures will fall from the low 50s. Winds will be north at 6-12 mph inland and 8-16 mph along the lakeshore.
Saturday will be mostly sunny and colder with temperatures near 40°. Winds will be north diminishing to 3-6 mph inland and to 4-8 mph along the lakeshore.
Sunday will be partly cloudy and cool with highs in the low 40s.
Monday will be partly cloudy and cool with scattered showers possible. Highs will be in the low 40s.
Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with rain showers possibly ending as light snow. Highs will be in the low 40s.
The 6-10 Day Outlook for Tue. Dec. 1 through Sat. Dec. 5 calls for above average temperatures and below average precipitation. Average highs are around 38-40° with average precipitation of 0.46" and average snowfall of 2.7".
The 8-14 Day Outlook for Thu. Dec. 3 through Wed. Dec. 9 calls for above average temperatures and below average precipitation. Average highs are around 37-39° with average precipitation of 0.62" and average snowfall of 4.1".
Make it a terrific Thanksgiving!
Chief Meteorologist George Lessens
George is a graduate of Penn State University working for WZZM 13 for 35 years. He is an eleven-time MAB® Weathercast Award Winner and two-Time EMMY® Award Winner.