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Thanksgiving Day Forecast: Colder and Dry


We are in a more quiet pattern at the moment but with Thanksgiving being tomorrow I will do a quick briefing so read on for the details…

Windy conditions are expected later this afternoon as a cold front works through the state switching the wind around from the south/southwest to the northwest with sustained winds around the 15-30 MPH range and gusts 25-35 MPH. Along the cold front, a shield of rain will likely develop later tonight into Thanksgiving day so a small risk for a shower or two does exist across southeastern Iowa but the chance is fairly low as high pressure will surge cold dry air into the state when Thanksgiving day approaches. This will send high temperatures into the 20s north to low/mid 30s south on Thanksgiving day. Looking further out…no big storms to discuss right now but watching for some storm dates in December. That’s all for now… Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Iowa Storm Center!

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