From Meteorologist Mark Dixon in the Channel 3 Early Warning Forecast Center…

Today, 11/20/18: Rain ends by noon, the partial late day clearing. High: 40 inland, 44 shore.

Tonight: Clear to partly cloudy.  Low: 27-32.

Wednesday: Partly sunny and blustery, a chance for a snow shower or snow squall in the late afternoon or early evening.  High: 38 inland, 40 shore.

Thanksgiving Day: Sunny, but windy and bitterly cold. Wind chill will be in the single digits, if not below zero at times. Low: 12. High: 18 inland, 20 shore.

Friday: Mostly sunny and cold, much lighter wind. Low: 8. High: 34 inland, 36 shore.

Saturday: Increasing cloudiness, a chance for rain or mixed precipitation by early evening. Low: 20. High: 45 inland, 47 shore.

Sunday: Cloudy with periods of rain. Low: 34. High: 52 inland, 54 shore.

Monday: Cloudy with more rain developing. Low: 38. High: 49 inland, 52 shore.

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