Thanksgiving Looking Great for the ArkLaTex

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Happy Thanksgiving!! We are waking up to temperatures in the 30s and 40s. Skies are partly cloudy to mostly clear.  Everyone is waking up to 30s area wide. We are not seeing any rain this morning. The rain is staying put across Texas and Southern Louisiana.  

Thanksgiving is looking pretty good. Skies will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s to the lower 60s. On Black Friday, rain will begin to increase west to east throughout the day. Be sure to grab the rain gear for the afternoon and evening hours. The rain should exit late Friday night.  
 

Upcoming weekend is looking pretty good. Saturday will be the warmest day with highs near 70 degrees. We will see plenty of sunshine Saturday and Sunday. A cold front will push through the ArkLaTex region on Sunday. Temperatures will drop back into the 30s Monday morning. Highs will run ten plus degrees below normal for the start of the upcoming work week. A slow warmup is expected by midweek. 

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