The weather has been a bit active for today as a cold front is on its way. Many have seen some high wind gusts in excess of 30 mph so far, and we aren't finished with the action just yet. The low pressure will send the cold front our direction this evening into the night. Rounds of rain showers have been the case thus far (picking up a tenth to quarter of an inch for most of us), but the potential for some rumbles of thunder and more wind are expected with the passage of the front. Things will settle down closer to midnight and we'll begin to dry out just in time for Thanksgiving.
For Thanksgiving Day, the clouds will stick around so it won't be a pretty day, but we'll remain dry for the duration of the time you're celebrating. Temperatures won't drop too much in the wake of the cold front because of the clouds. Early morning lows will dip to the upper 40s and then we will only rise to the mid 50s by tomorrow afternoon. The rain will stay away for a couple of days following the holiday leading into a mostly dry weekend, but things potentially take a more wintry turn by the end of the weekend into next work week.