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Good Thanksgiving weather!

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We’re starting out with a little fog & chilly temps, so there may be areas of frost.  But this afternoon will be partly-to-mostly sunny with highs in the low 50s.  Tomorrow looks mostly cloudy with highs around 50.  There is a slight chance of a sprinkle, but it should be fine for the Macy’s Holiday Parade and the Apple Cup, as well as all the Black Friday shopping.  Saturday, rain starts in.  Sunday will be rainy & windy and it gets cold.  By the afternoon, the snow level will drop below pass level and there will blowing snow, heavy at times, on ALL mountain passes.  If you plan to do the mountain passes this weekend — go on Saturday or early on Sunday.  There is a chance of a little lowland snow Sunday night into Monday morning.  It’s still too far off to know for sure, but right now it doesn’t look that bad.  Then it gets really cold around here with highs only in the mid 30s and overnight lows in the 20s with clear skies into the middle of next week.

Viewer photos of the day . . .


Kirby & Patrick McDermott (yes, these are my twin boys) will be leading the Seattle Turkey Trot in Ballard today dressed as turkeys. Here they are with Rebecca Butler, the Chairperson of the Board of the Ballard Food Bank. The Seattle Turkey Trot benefits the Ballard Food Bank.


Stella the chicken & Mikaila were on the Pet Walk Forecast and sent me this thank you photo. From Lisa & Greg in Wenatchee.


Stella, the chicken, happy NOT to be a turkey! From Lisa & Greg in Wenatchee.


Christmas lights over the apartment swimming pool. From Dan in SeaTac.

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