Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 4:26 a.m. Nov. 26, 2015
Our nice weather pattern will continue for much of the long Thanksgiving weekend, with dry weather and highs in the 60s from Thanksgiving Day through Saturday. A slow-moving cold front will push into the region on Sunday, bringing some rain (mostly light) and cooler temperatures. Some of our longer-range models are showing this front stalling to our south and keeping the weather pattern unsettled into early next week.
THANKSGIVING DAY: Partly to mostly sunny and pleasant
Highs: Upper 50s to lower 60s
FRIDAY: Partly sunny; continued mild
Highs: Low to mid-60s
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy; mild
Highs in the lower 60s
SUNDAY: Showers, mostly light; cooler.
Highs: Lower 50s
MONDAY: A chance of showers; cool
Highs: Around 50
Sunrise is at 7:02 a.m.; sunset, 4:48 p.m.
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