From Rusty Garrett:
This Monday of Thanksgiving week kicked off with morning lows at, or close to freezing. But over the next seven mornings, it won't get nearly that low despite a few temperature swings over the coming days.
Lows Tuesday morning only drop into the middle and upper 40s, nearly 15° warmer than Monday morning. Partly cloudy skies remain in place Tuesday afternoon, with an approaching cool front moving through during the afternoon. While winds will shift from the south to the north during the day, cooler air won't arrive until the evening hours.
As cooler air moves in Tuesday night, morning lows Wednesday will drop into the lower 40s. Abundant sunshine should return Wednesday afternoon, but cooler air will keep afternoon highs in the lower 60s. Winds Wednesday will be a bit strong too, gusting to near 20 mph at times.
Winds will shift to the west Thanksgiving Day, which should help to warm afternoon readings into the upper 60s to near 70°. Skies will remain sunny, perfect for any outdoor activities you have planned on Thanksgiving.
Overnight temps leading into Black Friday will drop only into the middle 40s, but you may need a light jacket if you're out early shopping for deals. Sunshine remains in the forecast for the upcoming weekend with highs Friday and Saturday climbing into the middle 70s.