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Holiday forecast won't feel like fall

22 November 2017

A coastal low pressure system will slide up the southeast coast Tuesday night into early Wednesday, so a few showers will be possible, mainly east of the Triangle late Tuesday night.

Thanksgiving we have another big drop in temperatures. Mid 70s Friday and mid to upper 70s Saturday as the next cold front goes through midday.

Thanksgiving features frosty temperatures in the morning and highs in the 50s. The high will be 61. What's more, the arriving chill will be made even sharper by 10-20 miles per hour winds shifting into the northwest.

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The days leading up to the holiday are a little more cloudy. The low at night is expected to be around 40. The winds will continue to be from the west at 8 to 13 miles per hour. The rain risk will be 30 percent. The Upstate should get a nice boost back into the 60s on Wednesday, and then back into the 50s on Thanksgiving Day itself. Highs reach the low-to-mid-40s across Central PA. Winds calm down and stay out of the northwest at 2-7MPH.

Another strong cold front moves through next Saturday night which will bring the next blast of Arctic air into the region Sunday. The high will be 62, after a morning low of 38.

Sunday Night.Mostly clear. Lows in the mid 30s. Lows will dive all the way to the middle and lower 20s, with breezy conditions making it feel more like the teens.

Holiday forecast won't feel like fall