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Storm Team Wednesday morning forecast (11/26/2014)

Posted at 4:35 AM, Nov 26, 2014
and last updated 2014-11-26 04:35:00-05

TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - Put the supplements away! Your full share of Vitamin D is returning as the sun will be out in full force today. Rain exits the area by 9 to 10 am at the latest as the core of the moisture in the low pressure drifts up the eastern seaboard rather quickly.  This is going to drop a lot of snow to our neighbors in New England so if your travels take you up the eastern seaboard for Thanksgiving, expect delays at the airport. Locally, conditions look quite tranquil, granted a little on the chilly side, but nothing we can't handle. After starting off cool, temps only get into the low 60s this afternoon. High pressure begins to build in allowing cold air to spill into the region overnight and expect lows to dip into the upper 30s. Back to around 60° for a high on Turkey Day with plenty of sunshine to go around. We'll dip to near freezing as winds slack off for your Black Friday shopping endeavors. The high pressure system reigns supreme through the weekend but as it shifts off the east coast, winds go clockwise around the high and we'll start to usher in a little more Gulf moisture which will warm things up a little bit. So for the big FSU game, conditions look great: temps in the upper 60s by kick off and even better, no rain! The dry conditions persist into next week with temps rebounding comfortably warm into the mid 70s.