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Turkey, Stuffing, and Umbrellas Needed This Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

From Sean Bellafiore:

A cold front and the remnants of a tropical system will combine to make for a soggy Thanksgiving holiday weekend across much of the Southern Plains.

High pressure has moved eastward and is helping to draw in Gulf moisture into the atmosphere over Central Texas. Clouds will likely remain overhead through the next 5 days with minimal sunshine. A few isolated rain showers are possible by the Wednesday morning drive. Temperatures Wednesday morning only fall to the upper 50's and low 60's. Highs will reach the lower 70's under mostly cloudy skies Wednesday with a few isolated showers possible during the afternoon.

Showers are possible early in the morning for Thanksgiving with Thanksgiving morning temperatures expected to be in the mid 60's. Showers and a few thunderstorms are possible at any point during the day Thursday, but the heavy rainfall will likely hold off until the overnight hours Thursday into Black Friday.

A cold front will move through the area Friday afternoon, dropping temperatures from the mid 60's to the mid 40's shortly after sunset. Rain will likely be heavy at times and possibly steady Friday and Saturday. Rain will finally start to exit the area Sunday. Once all is set and done, rainfall totals may be between 2-4" area wide with locally higher amounts.

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