Thankful for today’s weather

November 22nd, 2012 at 6:30 pm by under Weather

I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!  It’s been a long time since I have spent this day with family because I usually work the holiday.  However today I spent a few hours with one of my church choir members and their family.  It was fantastic to be around a family setting, enjoy some great food and laughs.  And of course the weather was fantastic!  Take a look at today’s highs.

Yes 62!  It was warm but it wasn’t the warmest Thanksgiving on record.  Here’s a look at some statistics that the National Weather Service put together.

Now what goes up must come down and yes that means our temperatures.  Say goodbye to the 60′s and hello once again to the 40′s.   The reason for the temperature drop is a cold front that will be passing through early Friday morning.

Look for skies to become mostly cloudy overnight and between about 4 and 8am there’s a chance for a few showers.  If you’re heading out to do some Black Friday shopping here’s what you can expect.

Once the front moves through the clouds begin to break up and sunshine peaks through.  Our temperatures drop throughout the day and winds switch to the northwest.  The chilly temps stick around for the Grande Illumination Friday.

If you’re heading to Columbus on Saturday to watch the big game make sure you are dressing warm because temperatures will only be in the 30s!

Happy Thanksgiving!

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