CINCINNATI — Thanksgiving Week weather will be COLD, but seasonal. We can also expect rain for Turkey Day.
First, a blast of cold air arrives for Monday. Those highs will only reach the upper 30s and a tad bit warmer Tuesday.
Need some relief from the cold? Our temperatures will rise to the 50s by mid-week.
Wednesday will be partly cloudy with a high of 50 degrees. Thanksgiving Day will see showers move through starting early in the day and ending by the evening – 49 degrees will be the high. Our Friday looks to remain dry with highs barely in the 40s.
The average temperature for Thanksgiving in our area is 48 degrees. We'll be pretty close throughout the holiday week. Lows will drop into the 20s.
Heads up for folks who are doing the Thanksgiving Day Race: You'll need the rain gear!
Traveling across the country? Our region will see chances of showers. The Northeast will be cold and windy. The South will see thunderstorms. Travel conditions should remain fine, with the exception of a few delays.
FUN THANKSGIVING WEATHER FACTS:
- Warmest: 71 degrees in 1896
- Coldest: 17 degrees in 1930
- Snowiest: 2.1 inches in 1938
- Rainiest: 2.62 inches in 2010