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We're Heating up (along with The Turkey)

Daytime temperatures will reach the mid 50s on this Thanksgiving.  It's not a record, but it'll feel nice and mild.  Unfortunately, rain will accompany the warmth.  Looking back on past Thanksgivings, it wasn't too long ago when it was warm on this holiday.  In fact, in 2012, we had a high temperature of 63.  In case you're wondering, the warmest Turkey Days was in 1914 when it hit 65.  The record high temperature today is 67.  It was set back in 1990. 

As far as the rain goes, we could see more than an inch through this evening.  Then it turns colder behind a cool front.  We could even see a bit of wintry mix into early Friday morning.  No accumulation expected.

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