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November 21, 2018 #TriCitiesWx Thanksgiving Forecast

November 21, 2018

While clouds are not too far away, none of them appear in the sky over Blountville this afternoon. It’s a beautiful sunny day, and we’ll squeeze out another one for Thanksgiving before clouds start moving in on Friday. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and the weekend!

The sky will remain clear tonight, outside of some fog by morning. We’ll have lows around 28 degrees.

Tomorrow looks dry for Thanksgiving, as we’ll be between cold fronts. After the fog, we’ll have a sunny day, and we’ll warm up tomorrow to around 53 degrees. The sky will be clear tomorrow night for all the crazy shopping activities, with a low near 30. It’ll be chilly, so dress accordingly if you’re out early Friday morning.

The rest of Friday should be partly to mostly cloudy, as said clouds increase during the day. We’ll warm up to around 54 before rain moves in Friday night.

Rain is likely on Saturday during a mostly cloudy day. Highs will get up to around 57. We get another break in the rain for the daytime on Sunday, but after a partly to mostly cloudy day, rain moves in again for Sunday night. Sunday is the warmest day of the forecast, as our highs will be around 60.

Thanks for checking here for the forecast. I’ll have a new forecast on Friday afternoon. Happy Thanksgiving!


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