Warm, dry start to weekend; possible storm for Thanksgiving

Clay Curtis
November 22, 2020

A few showers are possible by evening, mostly west of Richmond.

For Sunday, expect mostly sunny skies until some afternoon drizzle arrives.

As of Friday morning, most forecasting agencies agree on one thing: Temperatures in the Garden State will likely be in the upper 50s on Thanksgiving Day, which is warmer than average for late November. Rain chances are still up to 30%.

Then on Monday, we could see more wet weather. I wouldn't be surprised to see a coastal sprinkle in this easterly flow but any rain activity should remain along the immediate coast.

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The weekend looks to start off sunny with cloudy skies and showers to close it out. Showers return late Saturday and into Sunday with wave heights increasing to 3 feet by Sunday night. It will be a little breezy with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s.

Conditions on the lake will mostly follow those inland with highs near 60 on Friday and in the upper 40s both Saturday and Sunday. From Wednesday there will be a chance of rain with the heaviest showers on Wednesday and expected to continue through until Friday when temperatures are to drop to highs of 16 degrees.

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