For this Thanksgiving Day, we’ll start with some rain continuing east across Southwest Virginia. This rain will exit to our east by around sunrise for most of the region with just a few lingering showers possible through mid-morning. Also, some areas of fog are possible through mid-morning.
Behind the rain, look for clearing skies through the rest of the morning. The forecast calls for mostly sunny skies during the afternoon with highs in mid and upper 60s!
Friday will be dry and mild again with highs in the low 60s.
Our next front moves in late Sunday. Ahead of it, rain chances go up Sunday night into Monday. Rain is likely Monday. As the system exits Monday night into Tuesday morning, a few snow showers are expected for the higher elevations.
Otherwise, Tuesday afternoon will be sunny and much colder. Tuesday’s highs will only manage the 30s and 40s across Southwest Virginia.
Stay safe and healthy.
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