Star’s First Alert Forecast: Dry Thanksgiving forecast followed by rain

Warmer temps will arrive for Thanksgiving
Published: Nov. 24, 2021 at 1:00 PM EST|Updated: Nov. 24, 2021 at 10:37 PM EST
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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - Wednesday night will be cold as temperatures slip back into the upper 20s, again. No rain is expected for Thanksgiving and the sun will compliment a SW breeze that will allow our afternoon highs to reach the low 60s. A cold front will be just to our west on Thanksgiving so after midnight and into Friday morning showers will be pushed through ENC. Rainfall totals look to stay under a quarter of an inch and the rain will move from west to East between 4am-9am. The rain will be over during the morning and clouds will also exit by lunchtime, leaving us with a sunny and cool afternoon. The weekend will continue to be below average with our temperatures.

Below is our First Alert Thanksgiving Day Forecast:

Thanksgiving First Alert Forecast
Thanksgiving First Alert Forecast(WITN)

Wednesday Night

Clear and cold with a low of 28. Wind: W 5.


Cold morning with a mostly sunny sky. High of 61. Wind: WSW 5.


Chance for light rain around sunrise then becoming mostly sunny with a chilly breeze. High of 55. Wind: NW 10-15.

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