The atmosphere has become very dry and quite stable, meaning almost total clearness for the region tonight and for most of your Thanksgiving Day Thursday.  Winds will be light, which will promote rapidly falling temperatures late tonight through the early-morning hours.  As a result, lows will be around 40° to the lower 40s for most areas with a clear sky.  Abundant sunlight is anticipated as you enjoy your Turkey Day traditions.  The dry air will cause temperatures to climb well into the 70s during the afternoon as winds stay less than 10 mph from the north-northeast.  We’ll remain mostly clear for your Friday with another cool start turning into a mild afternoon.  A dry cold front will push temps down even more for the Saturday/Sunday time frame.  Rain and thunderstorm chances return to the area by Tuesday afternoon.

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