Dry but Gray for Thanksgiving Day

Rain and snow hold off until early next week
Posted at 7:16 PM, Nov 25, 2020

LANSING, Mich. — Rain on this Wednesday evening will taper off to a mist before simply lingering as patchy fog by Thursday morning.

While Thanksgiving Day appears to look dreary and gray, it will at least remain dry with slightly above normal temperatures.

Each of the days Friday through Sunday of the extended holiday weekend will stay a bit milder as those middle to upper 40s highs hold true, with more sunshine.

The big pattern shift will become evident on Monday with blustery conditions developing as a strong low pressure system is poised to bring wintry weather into the area.

High temps, due to the strong northerly wind, will stall in the low to middle 30s with the first true taste of the winter season. Expected snow totals will be something we'll watch closely.

As we continue to focus on the impacts early next week with updates this weekend, folks should be aware that we could be talking accumulating snow of some amount by this timeframe.

So, pulling the snowblower or shovels out of storage for the upcoming winter season may be a good thing to do on Sunday, if you haven't done so already.

Enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday, however it may look this year, and soak up the fair-weathered weekend. Things will look plenty different as we turn the calendar over to December.

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