Overnight skies should be clear, and the air should be cold with a low around 27 degrees. Winds will be breezy out of the south at 10 to 20 miles per hour, gusting to 25 miles per hour.
It is going to be a sunny and cool day with highs around 60. This will cause temperatures to gradually warm up, as well.
Saturday night, the low will be 34 with mostly clear skies, according to the weather service.
Highs across the Inland Northwest are expected to be in the 50s and low-60s by Thanksgiving.
We will likely have to wait until Wednesday of next week to see our next shot at rain. Highs reach the mid to upper 40s along/west of the Blue Ridge, and low 50s in Central and Southside VA.
Mostly sunny and chilly for Thanksgiving Day
Friday is looking like a nice day with some sunshine and warmer temperatures. Temperatures fell through the 40s moving through the afternoon. Our forecast calls for a mostly sunny Saturday and a sunny Sunday with both mornings starting off in the 40s across the Capital City region.
For Tuesday, another cold front will move through the Big Country through the afternoon.
Friday: Partly to mostly sunny and cool.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and scattered rain showers will be possible, with a high temperature of 50 degrees. Highs in the upper 40s. A slight chance for rain will kick in by about Wednesday of next week, but the system doesn't look to be too significant for our area.
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