On a day for spending time with family, eating lots of good food, and giving thanks, the last thing you want to have to worry about is battling the weather.  In New England, the weather can be certainly be a challenge this time of year (just look at last year’s snowstorm!).  This year… it’s not an issue, and we’re thankful for that! 

Under a partly to mostly cloudy sky, temps warm into the mid 50s this afternoon.  It’ll be a bit breezy along the coast, but overall, a mild day for this time of year.  If you plan on hitting up the crazy shopping deals tonight or Friday, more mild weather is ahead.  Temps hold in the 40s tonight and slide into the low 60s on Black Friday as morning clouds break for some peeks of sun. 

We’ll cool back into the 40s over the weekend with more clouds around Saturday and even the risk for a couple morning passing showers.  

I don’t see any significant rain in the forecast until late Tuesday, Tuesday night, ending early Wednesday.  It’ll be too warm for snow, despite turning the calendar to December.  No shoveling yet! 

Happy Thanksgiving!  Enjoy time with friends and family and eat a ton! 

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