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Thanksgiving day forecast around the country

Posted by Snowman5678 on November 25, 2009 at 6:22 PM

The thanksgiving forecast:


Pacific Northwest


Thanksgiving day it is looking generally rainy highs will be in the upper 40s to lower 50s. Snow levels in the cascades of washington and northern oregon at 6000 FT droping down to 5000 FT overnight. Snow levels drop to 3000 FT by friday night creating tricky travel on your way back on the roads over Interstate 90 and highway 2.




In the soutwest region it will be dry on thanksgiving day and mainly sunny. Highs will range from the lower 80s in the southern southwest regions to the mid 60s In the northern areas of the southwest region. Possibly some patch fog in the valleys of california. It will stay dry thought the weekend with a slight chance of showers thursday night and friday on the california coast.




Thanksgiving day will be a wet and snowy day in areas in and around the great lakes region. Major cities effected by this system will be Minneapolis, Chicago, and Detroit . The snow will move into the Minneapolis region Wednesday afternoon and night spreading into the chicago area where they will see a mix by 4 AM and the rain snow mix will move into the detroit area by 10 PM thursday night.




The southeast looks like it is shaping up a lot like the southwest it will be dry and mainly sunny highs will once again range from the mid 60s to lower 80s. There is a chance of thunderstorms on thanksgiving day in the from palm beach south.




It will be foggy throught the morning for all of massachuttes and Rhode Island and northern Connecticut. This will be followed by slight chance of showers from Boston south and Providence East in the afternoon. There will be a chance of rain in upstate New York mainly in the afternoon. Temprature will range from the mid 40s to lower 50s.


Have a happy thanksgiving everybody!

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