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  • A Little Warmer Wednesday, Sunny & Cooler Thanksgiving Day

    Thanksgiving Day Outlook

    Thanksgiving Day Outlook

    Egg Bowl Outlook

    Egg Bowl Outlook

    TONIGHT: Clouds will thin out allow temperatures to fall into the low 30s and upper 20s. Light winds can be expected across the entire area.

    WEDNESDAY: A clipper system will move across KY and TN but it will be close enough to us that an isolated shower can’t be ruled out near the TN border. Most spots are going to just have a mix of sun and clouds.  Afternoon temperatures will warm into the upper 50s to low 60s on the heels of a southwesterly breeze between 10 and 15 mph.

    WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mainly clear skies are expected.  Overnight lows look to be in the low 30s once again.

    THANKSGIVING DAY: High pressure will slide in from the north and that means a mostly sunny & cool holiday is in store for us this year. Afternoon temperatures should be around 50 with light wind.

    THURSDAY NIGHT: Bundle up if you will be bargain shopping because temperatures will fall into the low 30s. Thankfully quiet conditions will be the rule all round the region.

    FRIDAY:  Day 2 of the holiday weekend should be mostly sunny and seasonably mild with highs in the upper 50s. Milder upper 30s are more likely Friday night.

    SATURDAY: Southerly winds will usher in milder low 60s and that’s good news for the Egg Bowl that will be taking place in Oxford.  A few more clouds may drift across the sky but it’s shaping up to be a pretty nice day overall.  Low temperatures Saturday night look to be in the upper 40s.

    SUNDAY:  We’ll close out the holiday weekend on a mild note with highs in the upper 60s to around 70. An isolated shower can’t be totally ruled out but we’re going to keep the forecast dry at this point.

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