Happy Thanksgiving! The weather today should be quiet, but we are tracking a few flurries on Precision 18 Radar this morning. An occasional flurry will be possible through the morning hours, mainly in our northern counties. Otherwise, skies will remain mostly cloudy until the afternoon. Futurecast shows the cloud cover decreasing by midday and skies mostly cloudy this afternoon. Highs will climb into the lower to mid-40s.
Skies will remain mostly clear during the evening and overnight hours. Early morning shoppers on Black Friday will want to bundle up because lows will fall into the upper 20s and lower 30s.
Temperatures will warm up nicely on Black Friday as highs reach the lower 50s. Highs tomorrow will be trending a few degrees above average for late November. The area will stay dry for much of the day, but cloud cover will increase as a quick-moving cold front approaches Indiana. The boundary will travel over Greater Lafayette that night and may trigger a couple showers.
Dry weather conditions will build back into the area on Saturday morning in the wake of the boundary. Skies will become mostly sunny and temperatures will begin to drop behind the system. By Sunday, highs will fall back into the lower 40s.
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