Clouds take hold

Chance flurries on Thanksgiving


It's only a matter of cloudy skies around the Tri-State for this holiday. For this evening, it'll be cold but I don't see any precipitation tonight. A area of low pressure is diving southwest of the area and that will mean a rain/snow mix for the Louisville area. Watch out if you're heading that way. For us, it means continuing cloluds right into the big race tomorrow.


Cool and cloudy Thanksgiving morning

Temperatures will drop into the upper 20s for Thanksgiving morning but we will remain precipitation free. Highs climb into the upper 30s on Thursday with mostly cloudy skies. Winds will be in from the northwest at 10 to 15 mph. It's late Thursday afternoon and evening that we'll see a brief chance of snow but at this point, but shouldn't be an issue. Just watch out for any slick spots.


For you shoppers, don't forget to layer up because most of the big shopping times will be in the mid to upper 20s through Friday.  Temperatures bottom out at 23 degrees Friday morning and climb back to 39 degrees that afternoon. Skies will be partly cloudy and winds will be coming in from the southwest at 5 to 12 mph.


Light winds
LOW: 27


Cloudy, colder
Slight chance of snow late in the afternoon
HIGH: 36


Passing flurries
Cloudy and colder
LOW: 23


Partly cloudy, cool
HIGH: 38



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