High pressure is over the region and will keep us on the dry and relatively cloud free side of the ledger. Temperatures are slightly above normal for the next few days, but vary little over the next several.

The Drumstick Dash is expected to go off without a hitch weather-wise as Thursday looks to be dry and chilly in the morning.

The rest of Thanksgiving is also expected to be pleasant, with some late-day clouds moving into the region.

By the evening, clouds move over the area ahead of some rain slated for Friday.

As for the rest of the weekend, it would be wise to pack the rain gear if you are going over the river and through the woods. Rain Friday is likely, off and on, as temperatures stay above normal. The better chance for rain Friday is along the southern tier counties, but rain will still push north, so all should see showers.

Saturday is a bit tricky as there is a chance for some rain, but some models are backing off. Variably cloudy skies with some spotty showers may be the best way to define the day Saturday.

Sunday will see rain early in the day, so that may also mean some showers Saturday night. Nothing more than inconvenient rain for the region with little chance of any localized flooding or storms.

As we start the new work week the Commonwealth will be on the dry side as temps hover around the middle to upper 50s.

Stay Safe
John Carroll
Chief Meteorologist