Warmer Temperatures Expected For Thanksgiving Holiday

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A nippy, polar air mass filling in behind Tuesday's clipper will limit high temperatures to the low and middle 30s, but we will take a lot of the wind out of the equation.

Another cold front Saturday brings showers in the afternoon and cooler temperatures and flurries for Sunday.

Next week will remain nice with mostly sunny skies and little to no chance for any rain. Sunny in the morning becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon. This will cause temperatures to gradually warm up, as well. Highs in the mid 60s.

Wednesday is expected to be cooler, with a high of 46 and a low Wednesday night around 30.

On our Thanksgiving Day, it will be nothing more than ideal!

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A few morning showers will be possible as a weak rain maker skirts us to the northwest. Highs on Monday only reached the mid-40s, so with those winds mixed in it felt like low 40s at best throughout the day.

High pressure will prevail for today and Tuesday. We'll already be around the freezing mark this evening as temperatures continue to drop along with these brisk winds.

Monday was another windy day, but not almost as windy as Sunday when the area experienced frequent gusts over 40 miles per hour and a peak gust of 55 in Fleetwood, Berks County.

The warm-up will ramp up on Friday with highs close to 70° along with sunny skies.

Sunday Night.Mostly clear. Lows in the mid 30s. Highs will also be back to the mid 60s for the high. Tuesday we will have a mix of clouds and sun.

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