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November 22, 2017 Thanksgiving #TriCitiesWx Forecast

November 22, 2017

It’s the final day before Thanksgiving, so there’s a lot to do! With that said, here’s a short Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for the entire weekend!

There isn’t a lot going on, other than a cold front moving through Saturday. So the weather will be dry for the most part through Sunday. Here’s the forecast!

  • Tonight-Mostly clear. Low 25.
  • Thursday-Mostly sunny. High 54.
  • Thursday night-Mostly clear. Lows near 30.
  • Friday-Mostly sunny. Highs near 60.
  • Saturday-Partly to mostly cloudy with a small chance of rain. High 60.
  • Sunday-Decreasing clouds and cooler. Highs near 50.

Rain may include a rumble of thunder in spots on Saturday, but there shouldn’t be much of that and it shouldn’t last too long when it happens. Dry weather will be helpful Thursday night through Friday for those shopping.

That’s all for now. My next forecast will be up sometime on Friday. Happy Thanksgiving!

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