Happy Thanksgiving!!! We’ve got a bit of a Thanksgiving weather treat, which is a mostly dry forecast. So far we’ve seen a few flurries in far NW Mass., southern New Hampshire, and spots generally north of the Mass. Pike. While our flurry mix could cause a few slick spots this morning, this won’t be widespread. In fact we have just a slight chance of seeing any moisture this morning, as we also have dry air overhead that’s proving difficult for any precipitation to overcome.
We’ll see mostly cloudy skies today, with the chance for spotty drizzle especially as we head into to the late afternoon/early evening. Drizzly weather stays with us this this evening through tonight. Count on a damp Black Friday, with the chance for drizzle & light showers throughout the day (grabbing trace amounts of rainfall up to a few tenths of an inch). Showers continue into Saturday, and we could grab another 0.25”….bringing grand totals from now until Sunday between 0.2-0.5”. As we head into your Thanksgiving weekend, temperatures moderate back to more seasonable highs in the upper-40s.
Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday!
Meteorologist Wren Clair