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FROM ABC 7 METEOROLOGIST DOUG HILL:
Cloudy and chilly with periods of rain.
Winds: NE 5-10 mph
Winds: Light early, then S at 5 mph
Rain continuing then ending late in the day
Winds: SW/W 5 mph
Well at least this weather pattern held off until after Thanksgiving. Cloudy, damp and cold conditions are widespread across our entire area, the entire mid-Atlantic region and then some. Periods of rain and drizzle will continue tonight.
A warm from across South Carolina will start moving northward toward our area tomorrow. This will bring slightly milder air to the region but also produce widespread rain. A couple disturbances will move along the warm front as it approaches. This will intensify the rain at times. More rain will fall tomorrow night and Wednesday. But a cold front will cross the area late Wednesday afternoon and evening. Once the front crosses the area, the rain will end.
Skies will begin to clear Thursday as it becomes partly sunny and breezy. Mostly sunny skies are expected on Friday. High temperatures on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will be seasonable, right around 50 degrees. The weekend is looking very nice at this point. High pressure is expected to dominate and that means we should have mostly sunny skies on Saturday and Sunday with high temperatures in the 50s.
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