Thanksgiving weather forecast 2020: Could rain spoil plans for outdoor family gatherings?

Showers and storms return to the ArkLaTex by next week

Showers and storms return to the ArkLaTex by next week

It will be a little breezy with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s.

Showers will be possible for at least the first half of Thanksgiving. We'll have to dodge a few showers on Sunday (20%) but most of the day stays dry.

But there are differing opinions on whether rain will spoil the holiday.

AccuWeather is calling for mostly cloudy skies across New Jersey on Thanksgiving, with afternoon temperatures ranging from 58 degrees in northern and central New Jersey to 60 degrees in South Jersey. The warmer temperatures will come with increasing humidity but overall rain chances remain near 0.

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Dry weather is expected Friday and Saturday.

Monday is cloudy with 60 per cent chance of rain showers or flurries and a high of 2 C. Skies clear Monday night with a low of -11 C.

Cooler temps return Tuesday, as things will be mostly sunny, but highs may only reach the upper-40s. An isolated shower can't be ruled out, but those chances are minuscule at this point in time. Showers are expected to taper off by late in the day.

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